Rodri acknowledged he plays in an important position on the pitch, but is relishing the responsibility.
"I didn't have this exact role in the team [at Atletico Madrid]".
"I think people have to be aware that there is a lot happening: we have had a lot of players out, it is hard because we play every three days in three competitions and we are playing with more or less the same players".
"I am learning new things, how to go, when to stay, when I have to do a tactical foul, when I have to jump".
'It's good for me to learn these things.
The Brazilian worldwide goalkeeper is recovering from the injury he sustained on the opening day of the Premier League against Norwich City and he has given up his one-week break to work on a fitness programme to make sure that he's fit for the Manchester United game.
Manchester City midfielder Rodri believes Liverpool are the best team in Europe and his side's biggest rivals.
Jurgen Klopp's team has started the new campaign on fire and sit eight points clear at the top of the table during the global break. Speaking to ESPN FC, Rodri claimed: "The team to beat is Liverpool now and that has been seen the last two seasons". They are the champions of Europe so everyone wants to beat them, not just us.
'They're a great team, they have improved a lot of things, they're a very good team, and they're the best team in England and in Europe'.