Liverpool youngster Jordon Ibe has set his sight on improving his game under the tutelage of current boss Jurgen Klopp who he describes as a great Manager.
The 19-year-old who has already committed his international future to England despite advances from Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh scored his first competitive goal for the Reds in Thursday night’s 1-0 win over Rubin Kazan in the Europa League.
Klopp was hired last month as the replacement for erstwhile manager, Brendan Rodgers and in six games in charge, the German coach has overseen three draws and three victories.
“He’s a great manager, I’m delighted to be working with him,” Ibe told the club’s official website. “He’s showing me new things in training and obviously training is different now so I’m learning.
“Hopefully I can keep getting the experience I need and he can develop me into a good player. Everybody’s doing well in training and we’re just delighted as a group to be doing well now. Hopefully we can just keep winning games and make it a repetition now.”
Liverpool will hope to extend their unbeaten run as they face Crystal Palace at Anfield this Sunday.