Summer signing Alberto Moreno insists Liverpool are not in crisis, and has backed the Reds to turn their dismal form around.
Liverpool suffered three consecutive defeats prior to the international break, and already find themselves out of the Premier League title race, despite having spent over £100million on new signings in the summer.
But Moreno believes experienced players the likes of Steven Gerrard, Lucas Leiva and Glen Johnson can help the Reds turn their fortunes around.
He said: “I think that sooner or later we will be back on the right track.
“We are a very young group of players and that’s important because when the time comes to work hard, we will always be going all out at 100 per cent, which is also key.
“We also have some more experienced players like Gerrard, Lucas Leiva and Glen Johnson, who help us all, both on the pitch and in the dressing room.
“I think that’s vital too and I am convinced that in the end we will turn things around.”
The 22-year-old also revealed the players wre left disappointed by the defeat to Chelsea last weekend, but the atmosphere around the training ground has remained positive.
He said: “It’s not something you forget easily because they were three defeats, and in the last of them against Chelsea, in spite of us having played well we just could not get the result.
“But everyone here is always lively and up-beat and you get to cope with it all because everyone here is positive.
“The training sessions are always lively and good fun, just like all the people at the club.
“I think that’s important when you need to respond positively and move on from these difficult moments.
“The players, the coaching staff, including the manager and everyone who works closely with us, we all feel a bit disappointed. For a team it’s hard to take when you lose three games on the bounce, it’s pretty tough.
“But I believe that this team has what it takes to bounce back. I think that with hard work, and when this international break is over, we’ll all be working together again to take the club forward.”