Brendan Rodgers is confident Liverpool will continue to answer any questions being thrown at them.
The Reds boss watched as his charges overcame another challenge away to Cardiff City on Saturday, with a stunning comeback resulting in a 6-3 triumph to continue their spell as the only unbeaten Barclays Premier League team in 2014.
The Anfield outfit are the top-flight's fiercest attackers this season with 82 goals, which also serves as their best-ever return in a campaign, with eight fixtures remaining.
Rodgers has fielded several queries about Liverpool's character and components, and believes the best way for the club to answer is to carry on with their brilliant work.
"I think since my time here, there have been various items thrown at us. When I first came in, it was that we haven't scored enough goals, now it's been flipped to say we concede too many," explained the manager.
"Do we have the character? Then we go on a run, and [they say] we're okay. Is the squad big enough? Do you have enough depth? Are the players fit enough?
"So I think there will always be these kind of questions, we will just continue focusing on our hard work and ideals."
Rodgers maintains the Reds are far from the finished article, but are on the right path to becoming even more of a formidable force.
"It's the consistency - doing it year after year," he responded when quizzed about the club challenging at the top of the table.
"I think there are quite a lot of improvements to be made, and we are always looking to get better. "
"What's good is that when I look at the squad now is that it greatly resembles a big part of how we work," Rodgers added.
"We play hard and train tirelessly. The players bring all that through and work their socks off in games. They're very focused and optimistic about scoring goals and work hard to stop goals.
"We play in a very sporting way, and it's something we want to continue."