And Klopp, speaking earlier this month, has praised Kabak for his impact at such a young age.
“I heard – I didn’t read it – there was some criticism when Ozan came,” Klopp said.
“This is the world we are living in. You bring in a 20-year-old boy and everyone wants him to solve all our problems in one second and you don’t give him time at all.
“We didn’t see it that way – and we are quite critical with ourselves and with the boys as well.
“Ozan played from the first moment really good. Did he play as good as he can, his best performance ever? Probably not.
He added: “I am completely happy with the performances so far and of course everyone knew he was an amazing talent at 20 years old so I don’t see that as a problem that we cannot play him next to Virgil, or Joe or Joel. We see what we need to see?”