first_img1 Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino expects Jurgen Klopp to have already pressed his stamp on Liverpool ahead of Saturday’s clash at White Hart Lane.Klopp held his first training session with his new squad on Wednesday as his players returned from international duty, but has been dealt the double blow that both Danny Ings and Joe Gomez are likely to miss the rest of the season.However, Pochettino believes his Reds counterpart has been working on his plans since the moment he was appointed and does not expect the former Borussia Dortmund manager to be underprepared.“He is a great manager. When you see the games at Borussia Dortmund, he is a manager who has a clear idea how he wants to play,” Pochettino said.“You can get some ideas across (in a short space of time). In my experience at Southampton we had three days before the game against Everton.“We worked hard to try to settle some ideas. It’s impossible to put all your ideas in the mind of the team but always you try to change something.“It’s not easy, but it’s not difficult because you start to give the players the tools to play in the way you want to play.”Liverpool sit 10th in the Barclays Premier League table after winning only one of their last six matches under Brendan Rodgers.Klopp is likely to make changes to both selection and formation on Saturday but Pochettino insists the Reds are not an unknown quantity under their new boss.“We can use the information because in the last few months Liverpool have played in different ways and changed the system,” Pochettino said.“How we analyse Dortmund and the way Klopp played, it’s similar concepts that we can take.“We have some references – maybe we give too much information – but the first half against Arsenal they played in a similar style he played with Dortmund last season.“We have a lot of resources to research the information. But in the end the truth is Saturday and how they put in place his ideas.”Pochettino also confirmed that summer signing Heung-Min Son is still a couple of weeks away from a first-team return. Jurgen Klopp last_img read more