Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits that the 1-1 draw at home against Norwich City is a "disappointing and frustrating" result.
The Reds are still without a win in September as they continue to struggle for form.
Rodgers was satisfied with the second-half performance of his side and praised striker Danny Ings who scored early in the second half after replacing Christian Benteke.
"[We are] disappointed and frustrated with the result," Rodgers told reporters.
"But I thought in particular in the second half, there were a lot more signs of our fluency and creativity.
"In the first half, we were a bit static, I felt, we had the ball in decent positions but probably the movement in front of the ball wasn't as we would like.
"But also on the back of our last performance here, [there was] a little bit of anxiety in the first half. [In the] second half, we freed ourselves up a little bit more.
"Danny Ings, coming on, was outstanding, his pressing and ability to run in behind was there to see.
"It was going to be important that we got the first goal, which we did with an excellent goal. Then we lost our concentration for a set-piece, which is not so good from our part."