Manager Brendan Rodgers expects a tough game on Sunday when Liverpool host Norwich City at Anfield.
The Reds enjoyed a very positive start to their Premier League campaign but suffered back-to-back defeats against West Ham United and Manchester United in their last two games.
But Rodgers says the Anfield support can help his players get back on winning terms.
"I think it is an opportunity for us, always when we play at Anfield, to perform well and we didn't do that in the last game," Rodgers told reporters.
"But it's another game now and we can only focus on the next one, Norwich will be a really difficult game for us.
"Alex [Neil] has done great since he's gone in there [at Norwich City], really galvanised the team and got them promoted in arguably the best possible way, winning the play-off final.
"That momentum has carried on well with them, they're a good side, he's managed them really well and adapted well to the club.
"We understand and respect that it's going to be a really difficult game.
"It's really up to us to impose ourselves on the game with our quality and intensity and that's something that will be key for us over the course of the four games."