Liverpool No 2 Pep Lijnders claims Diogo Jota was naturally a good fit for the Reds which is why he has settled in so seamlessly.
The Portuguese forward has been a revelation since moving from Wolves for north of £40m.
Jota has already scored nine times and notched in his first four Premier League games at Anfield – a club record.
His performances have been so impressive that Jurgen Klopp has reshuffled his previously established front three to find space for the 23-year-old.
And Lijnders also commented that Jota's "tactical culture" made it easier for him to fit in.
“Jurgen had an important role because the way he speaks with the players about our style and our identity is so clear and strong," Lijnders said in tonight's matchday programme.
"He has the magic to make these things look simpler.
“Diogo comes from a good tactical culture that makes it more easy, but we can never forget that it still takes time for the body to adapt.
"That’s why we are careful – he is adapting to a new style and new ideas. But first and foremost, if you come into a great team, things become easier most of the time.
“He has these natural abilities that were already very important to our game idea. This is what made us want him so much.
“When a new player comes, it’s always how the player adapts to the team, its mentality, and how the team understands the player.
"But you can see that he has fire in each vein when he plays, so the adaptation process has been very natural.”
Jota scored again at the weekend as the Reds were pegged back late on at Brighton.
He scored his first Liverpool hat-trick last month with a treble against Atalanta in Italy.
Tonight Klopp's men host Ajax where a win could ensure their progression into the last 16 of the competition.
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