Brendan Rodgers expects Liverpool to continue being aggressive in attack, and dogged in defence during the final Barclays Premier League fixtures.
The Reds have struck up a brilliant balance in their last two encounters, with tricky trips to Southampton and Manchester United producing six unanswered goals. The manager has been impressed with the intensity of his players, who are perfectly portraying his philosophy.
"We've done really well on difficult grounds," he said, reflecting on the double away delight.
"At Old Trafford, Manchester United had just one shot on target, which I think is their lowest in five seasons.
"Our players are working with and without the ball. It's the balance we've been looking for, and will continue to look for.
"We play an aggressive game; we've scored more goals than anyone and got into more attacking areas than anyone, but it's equally important for us to defend well," he added.
"We've shown that mentality and desire in our approach, which will allow us to win more."
Rodgers feels the fundamentals which underpinned Liverpool's maximum-point haul at St. Mary's and against David Moyes' men, is the execution of the ideology he introduced upon joining the club.
"It's been continuous," the manager said of his side's progress. "It's the same ideals of how I wanted us to work when I came in - whatever structure we play, our style remains the same and we want to dominate the ball.
"We're one of the world's biggest clubs so when we play, we play with dominance. We want to dominate the ball and be the aggressor with and without the ball.
"It's an ongoing part of our methodology to press and suffocate the opponent when we're not in possession, and then to have charisma and arrogance on the ball.
"We create an environment here to win games, but the environment is also about learning and improving. So as time goes on, individual players get better and consequently that helps the team."