The 31-year-old keeper believes the Reds must have patience as their newly-appointed manager attempts to adopt his tactical approach that garnered much praise while at Swansea City
Pepe Reina believes Brendan Rodgers will need time to implement his style of football at Liverpool.
The Northern Irishman led Swansea City to an 11th-place finish in their debut Premier League campaign last season, and received numerous plaudits for the attractive brand of football the Swans displayed.
Liverpool’s goalkeeper, currently at Euro 2012 with Spain, says he looks forward to working with his new boss and is excited by the possibilty of Liverpool playing in a similar style to Swansea, but the 31-year-old also insists the transition in tactical approach will take time and patience from the club and its supporters is key.
I'm looking forward to going back to Liverpool," Reina told the club's official website.
"I am very optimistic about the future. It is a good appointment and, hopefully, Liverpool can have a better season than they did last time.
"I watched quite a bit of Swansea last season and I always like my teams to play like that.
"It is my style and one that will be very good for Liverpool but he is going to need time to implement his ideas. It is not going to happen in the blink of an eye."