Winger Sadio Mane believes the confidence which has returned to Liverpool's squad can now propel them towards a strong end to the season.
The Senegal international scored both goals in the weekend win over fellow top-four rivals Tottenham to lift a cloud which had been hanging over the club since the turn of the year.
A first Premier League win in 2017 has got the side up and running again and Mane, now the club's top scorer with 11 goals, insists the focus is purely on what can be achieved in the remainder of the campaign.
"It's too early to speak about what's going to happen but the confidence is back in this team now," said the 24-year-old, who is set to fly out to La Manga in south-east Spain with the rest of the squad on Wednesday for a five-day training camp.
"We have a team with great qualities. What happened has happened.
"We can't change that but the motivation is there to keep improving and get whatever we can from the rest of the season.
"Those kind of moments can happen in a season. We had three or four difficult weeks but we are out of that now.
"We had to produce a reaction and we did that.We have to take it game by game and try to win every game between now and the end of the season.
"We have time to rest and time to train so we need to use that."
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Philippe Coutinho wants to put his name alongside some of the greats to have played for Liverpool after committing his long-term future to the Merseyside club earlier this week, signing a five-year deal.
"No need to wait. I know. I live this every day, I can smell it. I see the ambition of the club, my team-mates, the manager. I am living it, seeing it. Wait to sign? No. No. Now is the right time," the 24-year-old Brazilian told the Daily Mail.
"My football is here. My heart is here. I don't think about any other club. Not at all.
"I understand what Liverpool means. We can say (Kenny) Dalglish, (Ian) Rush, (Alan) Hansen, (Graeme) Souness, (Luis) Suarez, (Steven) Gerrard. I've been here quite a few years already, it's not like I am new. I understand.
"To have signed a new contract at this club, my goal is to be thought of one day in the same way as these players. They are legends. You define the success of a player by his loyalty or his titles. Or both. In order to be part of this group, I have so much to do.
"I want to win titles. Five years is my new contract… it gives me that opportunity."
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Hull have signed Liverpool's Lazar Markovic on loan until the end of the season after the winger's stay at Sporting Lisbon was cancelled.
The Serbia international's year-long deal with the Portuguese club was ended early after mutual agreement between them, the player and the Reds and the Merseysiders subsequently confirmed he had immediately joined the Premier League strugglers.
Markovic, a £20million signing by former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers in the summer of 2014, made just 11 appearances for Sporting but last played on December 7 and has featured in just one match-day squad in seven subsequent games.
He spent last season on an equally disappointing loan at Fenerbahce, which was cut short by injury, having failed to make the grade at Anfield.
Markovic was given a chance to impress Jurgen Klopp in pre-season but the German made a decision early on the 22-year-old was not part of his plans.
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Liverpool have rejected a loan bid from Southampton for out-of-favour defender Mamadou Sakho. Reports say the Saints' offer was instantly dismissed as the Reds will only consider permanently offloading the France international.
The centre-back is no longer considered part of the first-team squad after being sent home from the club's pre-season training camp in California as manager Jurgen Klopp was unhappy with his attitude.
Sakho trained with and played for the club's under-23 side for the first half of the season but since the transfer window opened he has not featured as the club want to minimise the chances of him getting injured and jeopardising a move.
The player rejected loan switches to West Brom and Stoke in August despite being told he needed to leave to re-establish his reputation, and in the intervening period the club's stance has shifted to the point where they now want him off the books.
However, they will only consider a permanent deal in the region of £20million for the 26-year-old.
Southampton are looking to strengthen in central defence after captain Jose Fonte handed in a transfer request earlier this month.
Sevilla, Swansea and Crystal Palace were also believed to be looking at the player but none have followed up their initial interest.
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