Andy Robertson knows Liverpool haven’t been at their best of late and he has urged his side to rediscover their attacking spark quickly.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have drawn four of their last five games across all competitions, including three matches in the Premier League, although their goalless draw with Manchester United last time out was enough to see them return to the top of the table.
However, it was also Liverpool’s second successive 0-0 draw, following on from their Champions League stalemate with Bayern Munich, and Scotland international Robertson acknowledges the Reds haven’t been at their free-flowing best of late.
“The last two games [have been] 0-0 so it’s easy to say there’s a spark missing,” Robertson was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
“You can’t play well in every game but it’s about grinding out results. We might well look back on these games and say: ‘You know what, at a time we weren’t playing our best we ground out results and that’s what won us the league’.
“There are always times in the season where every team will look at it but we need to start getting back to playing better and attacking better.”
Liverpool are facing another tough week in the Premier League as they welcome in-form Watford side to Anfield on Wednesday before travelling across Stanley Park to take on Merseyside rivals Everton on Sunday.
The Reds are priced at 2.63 to go on and win their first league title in 29 years this season and a maximum return from their next two fixtures would keep them in the box seat to achieve that goal.