Manager Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool could have taken all three points from last night's game against Arsenal.
The Reds enjoyed plenty of possession in the first half of the game and went close in a number of occasions only to be denied by a superb Petr Cech in goal.
They were put under heavy pressure by Arsenal in the second half but fought hard to earn a deserved point from the Emirates.
"We definitely could have had all three points," Rodgers told reporters.
"Certainly performance-wise, I was very happy with how we worked.
"The first half in particular we created chances and should have been in front. Second half, you expect some pressure in the game, but we defended that very well and always looked a threat going forward.
"Our performance level is growing all the time, you see our defensive organisation was very good against a top-class team. The overriding feeling is we get a point, a clean sheet and we move to the next game."