Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says analysis meetings and good training sessions has helped his side keep an unbeaten run since he took over from Brendan Rodgers.
The German enjoyed a set of six positive results since he took over at the club including a 3-1 away win at Chelsea last week.
And he was full of praise for the Northern Irishman when asked about what he implemented to achieve the unbeaten run.
"We had our games, we spoke about the games, we had meetings, we had analysis meetings, we had good training sessions – not high intensity, of course, because it's not possible with only three days between the games," Klopp explained.
"So you have to think more about what you say. Do we have to train? I said at the beginning we have to turn small screws and that's what we are doing at this moment.
"The base was, of course, not so bad – Brendan [Rodgers] did a really good job here.
"It's not that we should show them how football works; there is a good base in this team because of Brendan's work, so we can start to develop and start to come together, because football can be different.
"Every manager has different ideas. That's what we have to do, of course, but that's what we did. Then we could get a little bit of stability.
"That's very important for offensive play because you can feel free in offense when you know that not each chance of the opponent is a goal.
"We feel good in this moment but we know about our responsibility for our performance in the next game. Crystal Palace are difficult to play against.
"We know about their transition game, we know what their plan is, and we'll try to be prepared in this short time. It is different but it's not the biggest difference.
"We played against Chelsea and they were very deep and organised at 1-0. We played against Rubin Kazan and they were pretty deep and organised in defence. If we have the ball, I think Crystal Palace will do something similar.
"So we have to be prepared and maybe we can use our experience from the last games for this game. If it's possible, we should do this and play football."