The Hoffenheim forward says he is enjoying the experience of working with the experienced Germany international during their preparations for the World Cup
The 21-year-old enjoyed an impressive season in the Bundesliga last term, scoring 11 goals in 33 appearances.
And he says he is loving being involved in Joachim Low's set-up; particularly getting to work alongside Lazio striker Klose.
Volland told Bild: "Every morning I get up and look forward to training with the boys.
"It is a lot of fun, because the level is extremely high.
"You have to imagine this: Miro played his first tournament in 2002 - when I was just 10 years old.
"Just by his international experience, he is a huge role model for me. I can learn a lot from him - and will continue to do so. In training we've talked a few times.
"He tells me what I can and must do better. He helps me hugely. Miro is just a super guy."
Germany will play Portugal, Ghana and the United States in Group G at the World Cup.