Dirk Kuyt is aiming to deliver the perfect Christmas present to Kopites on Monday and help maintain Liverpool's push for a top-four finish.
The Reds play host to Blackburn Rovers in the traditional Boxing Day fixture - and Kuyt is determined to provide some festive cheer to supporters.
"We all want to be happy and get the three points, especially on Boxing Day," the Dutchman told Liverpoolfc.tv. "It's going to be a very important game for us - as will all of the games around Christmas. To win on Boxing Day at home will be massive for everyone.
"They will give everything they've got. They're not a bad team. They are physically very strong, so we have to be ready for them, believe in our own strengths and get the three points.
"It's a crucial period. If we can get as many points as possible it will be great because if we get the right results, we will be right up there where we want to be.
"Hopefully we can go on another good run and take it into the New Year."
Blackburn will arrive at Anfield bottom in the Barclays Premier League table following Tuesday's 2-1 home defeat against Bolton.
Kuyt feels an early goal for Liverpool could be key for Kenny Dalglish's men - and he's hoping he can get on the scoresheet to end a statistic of having never scored against the Ewood Park side in eight previous appearances.
"In every game we play, if we can score in the early stages it can make a huge difference," he said. "If you are one-nil up after 20 minutes, the crowd is right behind you and it makes football much easier.
"It would be brilliant to score against Blackburn. I've scored against many teams, but Blackburn is still on the list.
"Hopefully I can score a goal on Boxing Day - that would be great."