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Brendan Rodgers believes his Liverpool team are now a very different proposition to the one he took over at the beginning of the campaign.
The Reds have been victorious in each of their last four matches in all competitions, rising to sixth place in the Barclays Premier League in the process.
Although Rodgers warned that there is plenty of work remaining on his project, the Northern Irishman has witnessed significant changes to his side's mentality.
"People know now that we're a different team compared to the start of the season," the boss told reporters.
"There is a different mentality since the turn of the year when we got another two players in Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho.
"Anyone watching the team regularly will see the amount of difference but there is still a lot of work to do.
"We have to concentrate and make sure we keep doing what we've done in this period. That's the hard work, the dirty work and earning the right to play.
"We know that if we work the way we have done in games and make no mistakes then we're going to be a real threat going forward."
Liverpool have just nine games left to play in the 2012-13 season and the manager insisted that the focus is merely on winning as many as possible to complete the campaign.
He added: "Our recent run of form will show that we're a team which is improving and developing. The win against Tottenham showed further enhancement of that.
"The teams above will know they can't be making any slip-ups, not only because of us but for themselves.
"This is the stage of the season when you want to win games. We can only concentrate on ourselves and get as many victories as we can."
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