The Liverpool youngster has been one to benefit from working with the German.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp before the match
Stewart has enjoyed a strong year under the German, first making his debut in a 2-2 draw with Exeter City in January.
He then followed that up by making his Premier League debut a month later when he replaced Philippe Coutinho in the second half of a 6-0 win over Aston Villa.
He finished last season with eleven appearances in all competitions to his name and has four so far this year.
Klopp clearly believes in him and has played a key role in helping the midfielder to cement himself as part of the current first team squad.
And now Stewart has revealed just how the Reds boss is helping him to improve his game.
"We don't have intense talks every day," he told Liverpoolfc.com.
"We'll have talks and then he gives me time to work on it, and then maybe in a week or two weeks he'll come back again and talk about how things have been going and what he wants me to change or improve on.”
"The main thing is for me to show what I'm good at – I don't try to be someone else, that's the main thing."
Liverpool's Kevin Stewart
The aim for Stewart is to now continue his development and aim to become a first team regular in future.
He faces a fight to get in at present, with the Reds well stocked when it comes to central midfield options.
It is something he is aware of and says his main aim is to simply show the staff at Anfield what he can do.
"To keep improving as a player, to be ready for when the first team call me up or need me if there are injuries," he added.
"The main thing I wanted was to be here every day so I could show the staff here what I could do."
Liverpool's Kevin Stewart in action with Tottenham's Eric Dier