Xherdan Shaqiri has already delivered a number of memorable moments for Liverpool and admits he may be producing “the best football I’ve ever played”.
He was considered to be something of a gamble at the time, with the 27-year-old having forged a reputation for being an enigmatic talent.
An immediate return has been offered on the Reds’ show of faith, though, with Shaqiri now considered to be one of the bargains of the season.
"You can see that on the pitch. I'm very happy and I'm playing confidently. Maybe I'm playing my best football that I've ever played.
"I'm very, very happy here and happy to be here to help this team and club be successful."
Shaqiri has helped Liverpool to the top of the Premier League table, with 20 games negotiated without defeat so far.
The Reds’ next test could be their biggest to date, as they prepare to travel to Manchester City on Thursday, but nobody within Klopp’s squad is showing any sign of buckling under the pressure.
"The pressure is everywhere in the big clubs," Shaqiri added.
"Even at City, it's always the pressure. Even now when they didn't win two games, they lost those, it's going to be a pressure for them too.
"But obviously when you're top of the table, everybody comes after you, everybody wants to beat you.
"That's pretty normal, but we just look to ourselves and try and win every game that we can. We are going to take it game by game, and I'm sure when we stay at our highest level we can be successful."