Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident his side can take all three points from the weekend's Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.
The Reds are in desperate need of a morale-boost victory after only managing a draw in the Europa League on Thursday night against Sion.
And the Northern Irishman believes Sunday's game against Everton is the perfect opportunity to start something positive for his team.
"It's a big game because it's a derby and of course for us as Liverpool every game is a huge game," Rodgers told reporters.
"We go there with confidence, knowing that we're starting to create chances and score goals in our last games.
"Every win gives you confidence but of course in this type of game it can be an extra bonus, especially away from home.
"It's another opportunity to get a victory and we know we've got the game to get goals and win the game. We respect that it'll be a tough game but it's a game we really want to win for us as a team and obviously for our supporters.
"This is my fourth season of going to Goodison Park and we've played well there and been unfortunate not to come away with victories. We've never lost there in my time.
"Hopefully that continues. I'm looking forward to seeing the continuation of the team developing.
"When we first started [the season] we had a couple of wins but we weren't creating so many chances. Now it's starting to evolve where we're starting to create opportunities and clear-cut chances.
"So we know whether we're playing home or away, we're back into the flow of creating chances. Now what we have to do is take those chances."