Liverpool winger Sadio Mane insists the club’s attackers are enjoying the freedom handed to them by Jurgen Klopp.
The Senegal international has enjoyed a fast start to life with the Reds, having netted three times during his first six games at the club.
Liverpool have scored 26 goals in all competitions in what has been a prolific start to the campaign, which sees them sitting fourth in the Premier League.
Mane, who arrived for £34million from Southampton over the summer, feels Klopp deserves all the credit for allowing the likes of Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana the freedom to attack.
"It’s a system where everybody knows their job. Roberto, Coutinho, Studge, Adam… we know each other’s game." Mane said.
"It’s become easier for us thanks to working on it and we are enjoying playing this way. Whether I’m starting up front or out wide isn’t really the most important thing.
"The manager says be free and then get into dangerous areas where you can hurt the opposition."