Michael Dawson shrugs aside any suggestion of a Liverpool team in crisis but insists we're going for a win in tonight's (Wednesday, January 20) key clash at Anfield.
The focus has firmly been on Liverpool since their FA Cup exit at the hands of Reading last week and the fact that Rafa Benitez has lost key players Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard and Yossi Benayoun to injury.
Nevertheless, the Reds are just four points behind us as we travel to Merseyside sitting fourth in the Barclays Premier League.
"It's a fantastic place to go and play," said in-form Michael. "The crowd will be electric, it's a huge game for both teams and we want to go there and win.
"They are struggling a little at the moment but it's still Liverpool at Anfield and they are still a top team, no doubt about it.
"Even without Torres and Gerrard, they have world-class players, simple as that. It's a tough place to go but we'll go there full of confidence.
"We're on a good run, we go into every game believing we can win and it will be no different going into Wednesday night.
"We're four points clear of Liverpool at the moment so let's hope we can make it seven. That will set us up nicely."