Former Reds striker John Aldridge has encouraged Liverpool to take advantage of recent momentum by earning as many points as possible in their remaining 11 fixtures.
Elimination from the Europa League in gallant circumstances last Thursday has left Brendan Rodgers' side with the Barclays Premier League as their sole focus for 2012-13.
The recent 5-0 victory over League Cup winners Swansea City is cause for optimism according to Aldridge, who hopes the team's defensive solidity can continue.
"We are on a roll at the moment," Aldridge told the Liverpool Echo.
"If you take away that freak result against West Bromwich Albion and the odd blip, then Liverpool have gathered some real momentum over the last couple of months.
"The signs are there and with Daniel Sturridge available to play in the league and Philippe Coutinho - we hope - growing into a player then we could have a strong finish to the season.
"We have got to really attack these final 11 matches and at Wigan on Saturday night, it may be a case that we have to just grind out the results.
"Clean sheets are the key between now and May."
A trip to the Latics kicks off March for Liverpool, who then welcome rivals Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield before travelling to Southampton and Aston Villa in the league.
Aldridge is confident that the Reds can secure 10 points from that batch of fixtures but warned that Rodgers' charges must be ready for a physical battle along the way.
He added: "10 points would be lovely from Liverpool's next four matches.
"March sees us hit the road with three away games and just one at Anfield. Trips to Wigan, Southampton and Aston Villa all come before the end of March but the big one is the visit of Tottenham to Anfield.
"That, for me, is a game we must be winning. I'm not sure how many wins exactly we'll need in the final 11 matches of the season but wins against Spurs, Everton and Chelsea are vital.
"But there are also games in which we are going to have to battle.
"Matches with Wigan, Villa, Southampton and Reading are going to be games of blood, guts and thunder. Liverpool have got to match these for their desire."