The Rovers captain has been impressed with the impact that the Norwegian has had in just the short space of time he's been at the club and feels that positive results are just around the corner.
"It has been very positive," said Murphy of Berg's arrival. "I think the atmosphere went up, there has been a spring in the step in training, the intensity, everybody is keen to impress.
"The new gaffer changed the training a little bit in terms of making the intensity a bit more and the sessions a bit shorter, which seems to have benefitted us.
"The way we have played in the last two games has been largely down to the manager and the fact that he has been working hard on the training pitch in getting the ball out from the back and playing from the back.
"I think it has helped everybody, the possession stats and the passing stats from the last two games have probably been our highest this season.
"I think anyone who has been at both games, certainly the ones I've spoken to, have said that they've been really impressed with the way we've played.
"Strangely with the two good performances we didn't feel like we got the points that we deserved. That is the way the league is some times.
"But I'm a believer that if you get the performance right then the points will come."