Liverpool fullback Andrew Robertson admits they let down their fans after FA Cup defeat at Brighton.
The Reds lost 2-1 with Kaoru Mitoma's winner arriving in injury time.
Robertson later said, "Bitterly disappointing. I thought it was a good cup tie, end to end and both had chances.
"We were more competitive than two weeks ago but that didn't take much. We created chances and were more compact but at the end of the day we are out of the cup.
"At a club like Liverpool, fans expect a lot and to lose with the last kick of the ball it's disappointing. We need to start winning games. It's easy to say but harder to fix.
"This season has been nowhere near good enough. At the start of the year, we wanted a fresh start but that hasn't happened. We've been worse. In the league, we haven't been good enough and now we're out of both cups now.
"You can't put your finger on one thing, it's more than that. You can tell we're not as confident in front of goal and in defence we are a wee bit open. We had two clean sheets coming into today but then go and concede two goals.
"We need to get the confidence back, it's easier said than done, and that's how we will get results.
"We need to do it quick and we're not. That it doesn't help the fans, I'm sorry for them and the way we are putting on a sho