By FOX SPORTS staff
The Reds are currently joint-leaders of the Premier League, with London side Arsenal, after picking up five wins in their opening seven games.
Speaking to the club's official website, Rodgers explained that Liverpool were benefitting from a summer of hard work.
"It's just the natural consequence of the work, I said similar last year, that I felt that the first months of the season would be about bedding in the principles of the game and as you continually repeat those and find different exercises to improve them, the natural consequence is that you become better," he pointed out.
"I believe it will be likewise this season. We bedded in a lot of our work, the development of our playing style, over the summer - it allowed us to make a good start. I feel that as a consequence of continuous work and continuous improvement, that will allow us to become better. Hopefully that proves to be the case."
With a flurry of new arrivals this summer, squad depth at Anfield has allowed Rodgers to experiment with several different formations. However, the Northern Irishman maintained that consistency in the team's style of play was something he would insist on.
"I've always said that the system is irrelevant, what's more important for me is the style of football, how we play - the style to dominate the ball, to control the game, control and dictate the tempo of the game, be aggressive in your defending when you haven't got the ball, press high up the field to get it back," Rodgers related.
"That style doesn't change; it just goes into a system that fits your players. At the minute, that's the system that allows the best out of the players we have available. If that changes, we may play a different system. But the style will always remain intact - it's to control and dominate the ball."