Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has warned his players against complacency ahead of the FA Cup tie with Brighton.

Liverpool are red-hot favourites to dump the Championship side in their FA Cup fifth round clash tomorrow.

Dalglish insisted: "There's no one here who enjoyed what happened at Bolton and I wouldn't see any reason why anyone would want to repeat that.

"If someone does well in any game it never does them any harm. So if someone plays well against Brighton, it gives you a problem for the team the following week.

"I've no idea what my team will be for then. The only target for us is to progress into the next round of the FA Cup. We've no great injury problems, everyone is vying to play.

"The most important thing for us is the strength of the squad we have and then it's a problem for us - or myself - to pick a team."