Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has unveiled his plans to rival Tottenham when it comes to big money transfers.
Tottenham broke their transfer record three times during the summers, and Rodgers believes Anfield must follow suit to keep their hopes alive of a top-four finish.
The Reds have made an impressive start to their new Premier League campaign and could reclaim the league top spot if they beat Swansea tonight.
And Rodgers has outlaid his plans for future transfer windows, telling the press Liverpool had to keep improving and avoid resting on their laurels because of their confident start.
He said: "We still need to make improvements.
"Tottenham have spent £100million to try and get in the top four. It will take another few windows to get that quality in the group.
"We can be better. We have shown in stages the quality we can have with the passion, resilience and desire. We just need to keep getting results.
"It is important to maintain that and we have to be vigilant. We need to keep the feel-good factor going."