Ings moved to Anfield from Burnley last summer but missed the majority of the Reds' Premier League campaign after suffering an ACL injury in October, and only returned on the final day of the season, making a 30-minute cameo appearance.
The 23-year-old spoke to liverpoolfc.com, explaining how Klopp's method's are influencing the way he plays the game.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with Danny Ings during training
“What I did do was watch from the sideline and try to pick up as much as I could," he said. "I’m just trying to put that into games now."
It will certainly be interesting to see how Ings develops under the direct tutelage of the former Borussia Dortmund coach. Klopp is renowned within the game for helping young players reach, and even surpass, their potential.
Liverpool's Danny Ings
With speculation surrounding the future of Christian Benteke beginning to mount, and it looking ever more likely that he will leave the club, maybe this season will be the time where Ings announces himself on the big stage and proves that he is capable of playing for one of England's biggest clubs.
He certainly deserves to be given the chance to show what he can do, and Klopp's history of giving player's their chance to break through is evidence that he will indeed be presenting him with that opportunity.
This season could prove to be a deciding one for Ings