The midfielder admits his fellow Scot is one of the best coaches he's been trained by in his career and feels the 48-year-old's methods on the Melwood training pitches are having a big impact on the field.
Adam told LFC Magazine: "No disrespect to the people I've played with before, but I think the quality of players here is so high. The standard of training is superior too.
"I'd heard about Steve Clarke before I came here and I knew by his record that he was highly rated.
"He's been at some top clubs and been successful.
"He's a very good coach and, as time goes on, we'll get better thanks to his methods.
"I think working with him helps us to become better individuals and a better group."