Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has spoken to his players about bouncing back after defeat to Manchester United.
United humbled Liverpool 3-0 at Old Trafford in December, which sent the Reds on a 13-game unbeaten run in the Premier League, ended by the same opposition at Anfield on Sunday.
"That was the message to the players," the Reds boss told the club website.
"That last performance at Old Trafford was a great springboard for us. We went on and, up until this point [against United], we hadn't lost a league game.
"So now we must use this similarly. We must use this in the same way; refocus, get over the disappointment and then come back into a tough game next against Arsenal and really look to get the points there.
"We had a 10-game objective that we set. Built into that was that we were not going to win every single game.
"It's still very much [possible] for us to go where we want to go, which is the top four. We just need to fight that bit harder and make up a five-point difference."