Leicester City have been tipped to qualify for the Champions League under former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers by Jurgen Klopp.
Ahead of Liverpool's encounter with Leicester, Klopp said the Foxes have the potential to finish in the top four under Rodgers. Leicester are currently third on the log following a strong start to the current campaign and will go above Manchester City if they register a win over the Reds on Saturday.
"It looks like that, 100 percent. There is no difference to other top six teams apart from maybe the name," he said.
"You can see that it is built from the back. The goalie is still there, there is no doubt about him. The defence looks really solid in each position, midfield creative and hardworking, offensively very creative and very straight forward as well. That is how you build a team."
Rodgers was the Liverpool coach for three and a bit seasons before he was sacked in October 2015 will Klopp taking his place.