With a 16-day break between the Spurs victory and the trip to the King Power Stadium, it was important for the Reds to work on some of the issues which saw them drop out of title contention during January.
"We are used to it. It is a two-week break," he said. "It's not that we left the country and didn't play football for a year.
"It's two weeks, that's not a real problem. We played in La Manga, an internal game but it was a proper game, and we had sessions.
"It was a proper camp. Circumstances there are really good for a football camp - I knew it before because I was there five times with Dortmund when we had a winter break.
"When you have games every three days you say it's too much but when you have one a week or a two-week break then it's not enough."