Consecutive victories do not come easy, especially, when you are playing in England’s top-tier league–the Premier League.
Players on the pitch, managers trundling back and forth behind the sidelines dictating play,all fighting hard to get a good result.
This has been the case for Netherlands midfielder Gini Wijnaldum.
Liverpool are sailing comfortably on a two-point lead at the top of the Premier League log, with Manchester City and Chelsea tailing closely behind.
After seven consecutive wins, it’s too early to conclude that the Reds, already have the trophy.
With over 30 games left this season, Wijnaldum will have to endure the hard task of giving 100 percent on the pitch this season.
The Netherlands international is at the top of the pecking order in Klopp’s midfield options, ahead of England’s Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita and Fabinho.
But he conceded that getting there has not be easy. Klopp demands more from his players, according to Wijnaldum, still, he remains a compassionate coach.
Wijnaldum said: “He is always there to help, always trying to think with you to find solutions to personal problems.
“As a manager I think he’s one of the best in the world…He never changes formation for an opponent, even if the opponent is really good.”
He added: “He is also a very emotional coach during the game and even during training.
“But I’m very happy with that because since I’ve been here he has made me a better player and I don’t think I speak only for myself but also for the other players.”