Diogo Jota says Jurgen Klopp is different to every other manager he's played under because he sends you text messages on your days off to check up on you.
Jota joined Liverpool from Wolves for £45million in the summer transfer window.
The Portuguese was brought in as back-up to any of the Reds' front three of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
But Jota has well and truly hit the ground running at Anfield, and Klopp has been forced to find a starting place for him in his Liverpool side.
Last time out against Manchester City, Klopp started four attackers, with Jota playing out right in place of Salah, and the Egyptian lining up as a centre-forward.
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Firmino, who normally plays that role, was dropped into a No.10 position.
Jota recently spoke out about what it's like working under Premier League and Champions League winner Klopp, and admitted the German is in a class of his own.
"He is a different trainer than any I have ever had, especially in terms of contact," explained Jota.
"He sent me a text message a few days ago, something that is not very common in a coach.
"I was on the couch, resting, I wasn't even waiting for a message and I get a message from him. He likes to be close to the players, both on and off the field."
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