Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was delighted after his side registered a 2-1 home win against Bordeaux on Thursday night.
The win means the Reds are safely through from Group B in the Europa League with the German already looking forward to his side's next Premier League game against Swansea City.
"[Finishing] top of the table is important, but not the most important thing because there are only good teams in the next round," Klopp said.
"We will try everything when we travel to Sion in two weeks, but there are 50 games between then and now!
"We have to think about Swansea from tomorrow onwards and that's what we will do.
"There were many good things in this game tonight, but some things were difficult.
"After the half-time score, Bordeaux had to go with a little bit more risk and it was more difficult for us because we lost a little bit of the control in the game.
"We couldn't close the half spaces in the midfield, we were too wide on the wings or sometimes we were too deep.
"They did well but we knew [about them] before and that it can be difficult to defend against them, so you have to be better with the ball and then they cannot do this.
"The first half was okay, the start of the second half was okay and then it became more difficult, but that's normal with this result.
"It was a big fight, so we're very satisfied because the easy games everybody can win. You have to win the tough games – and it was a tough game. It was a cool night!"