Dejan Lovren has promised the best is yet to come from Liverpool under Jürgen Klopp, insisting time at Melwood is key to making incremental improvements as the season progresses.
The German coach has enjoyed a positive start to life at Anfield, with defeats by Crystal Palace and Newcastle United the rare blots on a record that features convincing victories over Chelsea, Manchester City and Southampton.
A place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals and knockout stage berth in the Europa League have also been secured, while the Reds have shown plenty of evidence that they are picking up the high pressing, attractive style for which Klopp is famed.
And Lovren expects the Reds to keep getting better and better as the synergy between manager and players increases.
"We have only been working with him a short time, barely two months, and we have already had some good results with him," he told the latest edition of the official Liverpool FC magazine.
"With time it will be better. With his methods and his way of working, I don't see how it cannot be better.
"We will know him more and he will know us more and he will also have a better understanding of the league and the club.
"He knows the expectations at Liverpool. Everyone knows it is a tough job, but we are here to do that job."
Liverpool have developed a knack for comebacks since Klopp took charge, overturning an early deficit to win three games under his guidance.
That change of mentality is one of the factors Lovren believes will be key to the team's evolution with their new manager.
"He certainly has strong ideas and we have noticed a difference," he added.
"Each manager has a different way of training and his own thoughts on how he wants us to play. I believe we have adapted very quickly as a squad.
"We are definitely working hard on the training ground but now it is all about the mentality. I think the English and the Germans are different in this aspect.
"It is a big thing to change, but I think the stats and so on show that we have been doing okay with Jürgen so far."
The No.6 also opened up on how training works under the former Borussia Dortmund coach, picking out a high defensive line as one of the most noticeable changes so far.
"We are doing a lot of teamwork, not so much individual," he explained.
"Maybe there is more one-to-one work with some of the young players but we will definitely look at things as a team.
"When he shows us footage or talks us through an exercise, he will look at it in terms of the whole team and explain how we need to do something specific or how - as a team - we need to do something better.
"Of course, you know when he is talking about you, but usually it's within the context of the team.
"It's a good thing and I think we can learn a lot from him as he has so much experience. He led Dortmund in many Champions League matches and also other big games, including finals, so he has experienced a lot.
"We have changed things so that we are defending a little bit higher now. That gives a little bit more element of risk but it also means we are more compact as a unit.
"We know that we can definitely improve, but I would say it is just a beginning with Jürgen as hopefully we have months and years with him in front of us.
"We are looking forward to working every day because we understand we can learn something new from him."