Rodgers: Anfield spirit good
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says the spirit in the Anfield club's camp is better than ever following the Premier League opening-day 1-0 defeat of Stoke City.
The Reds' pre-season was dominated by uncertainty over Luis Suarez's future with the striker saying he wanted a move.
However the Uruguay forward's situation appears to have resolved itself and Rodgers insisted there was a positive new feeling in the club.
Rodgers told the club's website: "I remember last year and people saying to me 'should we be losing 3-0 to West Brom?' They were absolutely right.
"But we've got better and better as we've gone on. It's a big job here. But I just got the feeling in the dressing room beforehand, when the players were getting together, some of our staff were saying that it just feels different this year.
"There's a camaraderie and a togetherness there. Long may it continue.
"We haven't won the World Cup, it's a game of football. But the lads are happy, they've done their job. They knew this was a big three points."