The Frenchman said: "First and foremost you can see an identity and togetherness. Like I always say, a game is long, to build a team, doesn't happen just like that overnight.
"I always use Klopp as an example. I remember when he first arrived he couldn't hold a lead. It took him years to be a competitive team.
"Now, everybody respects what he does and rightly so because he was a hell of a manager."