Raheem Sterling is determined to ensure Liverpool bounce back from Sunday's 1-1 draw against West Brom, when they host current league leaders Arsenal at Anfield.
The youngster admitted a sense of disappointment pervaded the dressing room after the Reds failed to bolster their Champions League push with three points at the Hawthorns.
Daniel Sturridge tapped home the opener after bright movement from Sterling, who played in Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan found his strike partner unmarked at the far post with a sublime assist.
However, Victor Anichebe levelled for Pepe Mel's side when he intercepted Kolo Toure's misplaced pass and fired low beyond Simon Mignolet to clinch a point.
Sterling insisted the aim between now and Saturday, when Arsene Wenger's pace-setters arrive in L4, is to regroup and ensure concentration levels are maintained against the Gunners.
"The whole team is disappointed not to get the three points against West Brom," he told Liverpoolfc.com. "The manager told us that we tried to play football and that's the most important thing.
"Hopefully we can cut the mistakes out of our game and be right up there at the end of the season. We'll just pick up and go again for the next game."
Liverpool still maintain fourth spot in the standings, with a two-point cushion over Everton, and move to within three points of Chelsea, who face Manchester City at the Etihad tonight.
Sterling is confident the Reds have what it takes to continue their improvement and push for a top-four finish, in a campaign which has already seen Brendan Rodgers' side collect 12 more points than at the corresponding stage last season.
"It's just one of those games where we lacked a little bit of concentration and they got back into it," he said. "Next time we'll hopefully get the right result.
"I still think we're right up there. We just need to take the game step by step and hopefully get the three points each week. Hopefully we can be right up there at the end of the season."