Kenny Dalglish is convinced Liverpool are close to rediscovering the ruthless streak that will kick-start their season.
The Reds were held to a stalemate by Swansea City on Saturday afternoon despite creating countless openings.
However, Dalglish remains confident his players will find the cutting edge to improve on their chance-conversion ratio and end their run of draws in L4.
"You are better drawing one, losing one and winning one because you get more points than three draws," said Dalglish.
"But my perspective has never changed. We look forward to the next game, take each one as it comes and eventually add up the points and see where we are.
"There is no difference."
"The most important thing is to create the chances and the next thing is to put them away," he added.
"We go through this nearly after every game. We must be getting closer if the goalkeeper was tested because we have been missing the target.
"We just need to keep working on it and keep getting in there but we never got in there as much as we have done.
"It is more noticeable when you have chances and you walk off with just a point. It punishes you more.
"But it doesn't matter what your reward is, you have to find a better level than we did.
"If you don't do what you are good at you make it more difficult for yourself.
"But the problems that are there are problems that we can solve ourselves."