"The chat I had with him [before joining Liverpool] is one of the things that left me more calm.
"He showed his interest in having me, not only the club's interest but also his. It was a long interview despite my staggered English, but we understood each other well.
"He told me about how he works, how I would fit into the squad, how I also could grow personally here. He told me a little bit about the project - a project with a winning mindset.
"Now that I am inside I am aware that everything he told me is a reality.
“It is a club that treats you like a family, even the fans. They are very warm; they are famous for it around the whole world. It is a very big club.
"I was very well received by my teammates and by Klopp. He also treats the players really well off the pitch. On the pitch, he is also a tremendously intelligent manager.
“He prepares the game in a very precise way during the week, placing all players on the pitch to make us aware of what we are going to find on the pitch [during the game] and also giving resources about the offensive and defensive movements."
Alisson will hope he can head into the international break unbeaten in the Liverpool goal.
The Reds travel to seventh-placed Leicester on Saturday (12.30pm).