Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was delighted with his side's impressive performance at Aston Villa.
With Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge finally both enjoying time on the pitch, the Reds thrashed strugglers Aston Villa to move up to eight in the Premier League.
And the German says the 6-0 away win means that the "whole package" worked to perfection at Villa Park.
"The whole package was not too bad today," Klopp told Sky Sports.
"Everything good happened today because Aston Villa were very ambitious before the game but under pressure. We made a brilliant first goal.
"We had a few more chances and this was very important. It does not happen too much where as a manager can enjoy the last 20 minutes. A very clear result in the end.
"It makes a difference having both Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge are on the pitch, you can only play them when they are fit and available. We want the highest quality on the pitch as much as possible, you saw that today.
"We are always clear. When you are injured and out, you need time and when you are back, you are back. It is a situation where you want to play football, it is good Sturridge can do this now.
"We have two Europa League games coming up, then the League Cup final. They are big games and we will see who we can bring in.
"We broke the opponent after the third or fourth goal. After that they cannot come back into the game."