Lucas Leiva is confident the goals will soon flow for Liverpool.
Lucas is confident the team will be able to score more goals in the future.
"The manager said to us that the decision-making in the final third could be better and as soon as we make the right decisions we will start to score more goals," said the 25-year-old.
"It's a new process with a new manager and a new style of game. At the end of May I think we will have more positives than negatives to take. My role is especially key for players like Stevie and Joe, Jordan Henderson, Nuri Sahin and Jonjo Shelvey - the offensive players.
"When you have a player who is not really a holding midfielder (Allen performed the role in Lucas' absence) the players feel maybe feel a bit worried to join the attack and leave too much space.
"But they know I will be there so this gives them confidence to join the attack, try to score goals and create chances.
"You could see Stevie was very close to scoring (against Southampton), Joe joined the attack and created chances so I am just happy the way I can help.
"If I give that opportunity for them to shine I will be very happy."