The Arsenal midfielder joined the Cherries on loan over the summer in a bid to recapture his form and fitness.
Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere has heaped praise on Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool ahead of their trip to Dean Court this weekend, with the on loan Arsenal man telling Sky Sports that the Reds' high-octane pressing approach is 'unbelievable'.
Liverpool currently sit 2nd in the Premier League table after an exceptional start to the 2016/17 campaign which has seen them win nine of their opening 13 games, scoring a whopping 32 goals in the process.
The unique style of play that former Borussia Dortmund manager Klopp began to implement upon his appointment as Liverpool boss in October, 2015 has gradually developed over the past 13 months, and the Anfield faithful are now reaping the rewards of the pioneering German coach's meticulous work and attention to detail on the training ground.
Full of dynamic individuals who possess technique and flair in abundance, the Reds' can now successfully blend a slick, incisive passing game with an indefatigable off the ball press, smothering opposition sides into submission and ultimately breaking their resistance, with red-hot forwards Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Phillipe Coutinho always lurking and ready to pounce.
Wilshere was still an Arsenal player when the Gunners met Klopp's side at the Emirates Stadium on the opening day of the season, and the Englishman, who joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan shortly afterwards, was blown away by the intensity that Liverpool demonstrated that day, as they ran riot to secure a thrilling 4-3 victory.
"They’re a good team." Wilshere told Sky Sports
"When I was at Arsenal for the first game of the season when we played them I was on the bench and they were unbelievable.
"They press from the front, when we lost the ball they pressed straight away and won it in dangerous positions so we know what we’re going to get from them."
Wilshere was forced to sit out of Bournemouth's 3-1 defeat against his parent club Arsenal last weekend, however the reinvigorated 24-year-old is likely to return to the Cherries starting XI this Sunday, and the Englishman will be looking to do the Gunners a favour by halting Klopp's rampant Reds, who sit just two points ahead of Arsene Wenger's men.