Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is remaining calm as his side experienced their first wobble of the season.
The Reds have taken just five points from their last four matches with a defeat to Bournemouth and a home draw against West Ham their last two outings.
That has seen them slip from top of English Premier League in early November to six points off the pace set by Chelsea and it has impacted on confidence, certainly from a defensive point of view.
Klopp accepts there is little he can do in the way of major changes with their next match coming on Wednesday at Middlesbrough.
“A lot of things to analyse but it’s only two days until the next game, so we cannot make the biggest analysis,” he said.
“We have to adjust, do a few things, and make little changes and then we are in the next game, that’s how it is.
“So, a lot of work to do, but not a lot to say because we are still on a good way.
“We had two games which we should have won but we didn’t, that cost us five points but it’s our mistake, let’s carry on, take the good things and sort the not-so-good things.”