The 23-year-old forward has signed a five-year contract with a reported transfer fee of 41 million pounds (52 million US dollars).
Jota posted a picture of himself in a Liverpool shirt on Twitter, but his last message on social media before that came on September 6.
"When you look at the Premier League, you always see Liverpool as one of the biggest teams in the country, so it's impossible to say no", he said.
The Liverpool manager stressed the importance of the options the new arrival gives the club.
Jota becomes Liverpool's second big money signing in as many days after they wrapped-up the signing of midfielder Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich on Friday.
Jota will provide attacking depth for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, competing with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino for playing time in the wide positions in the team's three-man forward line. The 23-year-old subsequently became a pivotal part of Nuno Espirito Santo's squad, amassing 131 appearances, in which he had a solid return of 44 goals and 19 assists.
And he has some natural things which we have in our game, like this desire and the greed and the direction.
"It is one of the best teams in the world - the best at the moment because they are world champions".
"Diogo is unbelievable and everybody knows the relationship we built".
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Premier League striker admits he has mixed emotions about the club letting the likes of Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota leave to be replaced by unproven players.
Bent believes that the fact Wolves are willing to let their proven talents depart be replaced by players untested in the Premier League is a risk but that Nuno must have a reason behind his decisions.