Nunez signed for Liverpool from Benfica during the summer transfer window to much fanfare.
However, the Uruguayan has a very slow start to life at Anfield. He scored just once in his first four league outings and was sent off and banded for three matches after his second game for the club.
Nunez also blanked in his opening three Champions League games of the campaign.
In recent weeks, though, the 23-year-old has turned his fortunes around.
He has netted three in his last three European outings and most recently netted a brace vs Southampton.
And now, Fabrizio Romano has explained how Liverpool have improved the South American’s form.
Writing in his Daily Briefing on CaughtOffside’s Substack, Fabrizio Romano gave some insight into how Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and his coaches worked on Nunez’s form on the training ground.
“I’m told they are really happy with Darwin. He’s doing great in training, he has excellent relationship with his teammates and Klopp’s staff can see the improvement every single day,” Romano said.
“The coaching team and Klopp himself have helped him with specific training sessions, explaining him their idea and system; Darwin has now adapted to a new life in England and to a new style of football. Step by step.”