Sheyi Ojo believes the players selected to face Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow have a responsibility to do whatever they can to bring Liverpool's recent run of poor form to an end.
The Reds have won just one of their last seven outings in all competitions, and suffered a morale-sapping defeat to Southampton in the second leg of their EFL Cup semi-final last time out.
Despite that disappointment, Jürgen Klopp is likely to maintain his policy of naming a youth-dominated starting XI when his team resume their FA Cup campaign at Anfield on Saturday.
And, whatever side runs out, Ojo knows victory is the minimum expectation.
"Whoever plays, the main goal is always to get the win for the team and try to do well," he told Liverpoolfc.com.
"It doesn't really matter who's playing, we've all got that responsibility to help the team get the win and progress to the next round."
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Although Klopp's men have struggled in recent weeks, Ojo insists the mood remains good around the club's Melwood training base.
The 19-year-old says that stems from a strong belief that, with a little guidance from the coaching staff, things will take a turn for the better soon.
"We've got a good spirit within the squad so everyone is helping each other out through the good and the bad," he added.
"We're going through a bit of a tough period but I'm sure we'll bounce back.
"Anything can happen in football. One minute, we're losing and everything is going against us, and the next minute we're winning and everything's going well.
"We've got to keep just doing what we're doing in training and listening to the staff and hopefully the results will come."
A recurring theme of the Reds' recent struggles has been an inability to break down packed opposition defences.
But the work is being put in on the training pitches to ensure that particular problem is solved, Ojo has revealed.
"We've been working on it in training," he explained.
"There are loads of different ways to play against teams like that and one of them is just being patient.
"We've got great players in the squad and it's just about utilising everyone's role in the team, being patient with the ball and being clinical.
"[Against Southampton], we had chances, but unfortunately we weren't able to take them and I think that's one thing we've got to improve on in the coming games."