Joel Matip believes Liverpool did 'a lot of good things' during a frustrating 1-1 draw with Burnley at Anfield on Saturday.
But the defender is already eyeing the Reds' next outing, where he wants to see even more positive moments from his teammates and, consequently, an improved result.
Jürgen Klopp's team dominated their meeting with the Clarets, enjoying 71 per cent of the possession and taking 35 shots to their opponents' five.
But they fell short after Mohamed Salah cancelled out Scott Arfield's opener, failing to capitalise on the numerous opportunities they subsequently created.
"It was a tough game and I think we deserved more but we have to handle this and we're [already] looking forward to the next game," Matip told Liverpoolfc.com.
"We did a lot of good things but not enough. But we are on a good way and maybe next time we score that one goal more than the other team.
"The whole game we created a few chances but we didn't use them and they scored one time. [It was] a tough day and we have to learn from this again."
The visitors took a direct approach to goal throughout, with Chris Wood posing a physical threat that at times troubled Matip and his fellow centre-half Ragnar Klavan.
On that aspect of Burnley's tactics, the No.32 added: "You know what they do but they train this really often so they know how to do it and it's still difficult, even if you know before.
"They did what they wanted to do well so it was hard for us.
"It wasn't easy but we had to go for the second ball. It was a really difficult challenge against him."