Brendan Rodgers is confident his players will return from this week's international break focused on bouncing back from the disappointment of Saturday's 3-1 loss to Southampton.
The Reds will have to wait until Easter Sunday and a trip to Aston Villa for a chance to make amends for defeat on the south coast.
Rodgers knows he will be limited with what he can do at Melwood in the meantime.
However, the manager insists his squad will take time out to reflect on the weekend's shortcomings - and return stronger.
"We've got about seven players left because a lot of the group goes away this week," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"You can work individually with players. Obviously there is very little team work you can do. A few of them are travelling quite a long way, like Luis Suarez who is going to South America, but you get that at big clubs.
"We have just got to go away and reflect because it is important to us to maintain the efforts which have been getting us results.
"We've let those standards slip a wee bit so we need to get refocused and I'm sure we'll see a different side against Villa."