Sadio Mane sat down with Sky Sports' Geoff Shreeves to discuss what challenges Liverpool face in their final 11 games of the Premier League season, starting with a home match against Burnley live on Sky Sports' on Sunday.
Liverpool were beaten 2-0 at Turf Moor in the reverse fixture in August, despite having 81 per cent of the possession and 26 shots.
Mane has been explaining how they can avoid further shocks as the season enters its climax…
We must be consistent
"If you want to get to another level, you have to be consistent. If you see the last few weeks, it has been difficult but we have great qualities in the team. If we want to be in the top four, we need to be consistent."
Live Nissan Super Sunday
Overcome bad moments
"The most important thing is the reaction. We reacted [to the defeat at Leicester] by winning against Arsenal and the confidence is back now and we are looking forward.
"We are one of the top teams in terms of physicality. Maybe you can say mentality [is the reason for inconsistency] but I don't think it's that. We have had bad moments so we have to accept this and look forward."
Don't worry what others say
"I think the most important thing for us is ourselves and not to think about what people will say. We have to focus on ourselves and give our best. We have to be ready for the next game. If we lose we have to be ready. Every loss or win is a big motivation."
Don't take any team lightly
"All 11 games will be tough. Any team can win anything and we have to take game by game and try to focus and win and look forward."
Learn from last time against Burnley
"We were the better team last time against Burnley because we dominated the game and created chances, but we lost. That's part of football.
"We are going to take a lesson from it and hopefully the next game will be different. It won't be easy but we are playing at home."
Watch Liverpool v Burnley live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 3.30pm on Sunday.