Alli made the move from the Dons to Tottenham Hotspur at the start of 2015, before enjoying a sensational first season at White Hart Lane in 2015/16.
An inspiration to all young English players hoping to break through onto the first-team stage, Alli has emerged as a role model for Ojo.
“Dele’s with the England squad and doing well for Tottenham, and back then [at MK Dons] he had the same swagger he has now,” he explained.
“The step up he’s made to the Premier League and the international stage is an inspiration for all young players.
“I’d like to follow in those footsteps.”
Ojo already kickstarted his Reds career last season, making 11 appearances for the first team, scoring one goal and registering four assists.
This has continued throughout pre-season, with the 19-year-old setting up two goals on Liverpool‘s tour of the US, following a successful summer with the England U19s in Germany.
Ojo continued to describe the experience this campaign gave him, hoping to use it as a springboard to a breakout 2016/17.
“Last season was a memorable season for me. It went really well and I learned a lot as a player and a person,” he added.
“I’m looking to use that this season. I’m not where I want to be yet.
“There are a lot of things that I need to do and a lot of hard work needs to be put in for me to get there.
“My main aim is to break into the first team on a full-time basis, and keep progressing.”
The former Dons youth star faces a considerable challenge for a starting role this season, particularly following the £30 million signing of Sadio Mane from Southampton, and Klopp is seemingly yet to decide whether to send Ojo out on loan to secure regular first-team football.
But the teenager will be hoping he stays on Merseyside, where he can carve a name for himself.