Steven Gerrard says Liverpool still have plenty to do if they are to make the top four and qualify for next seasons Champions League.
The Reds are the form side in the Premier League, having not lost in 12 and having won their last four against Tottenham, Southampton, Manchester City and Burnley.
Liverpool trail fourth placed Manchester United by just two points in what is a congested league table, and Gerrard insists there is plenty yet to do despite their recent revival.
Gerrard is set to return to the side for Monday night’s visit to Swansea, having missed almost a month with a hamstring injury suffered in the win over Tottenham.
“Winning our last four league games has certainly improved our chances of finishing in the top four,” he said.
“At the same time we know our recent good run has guaranteed absolutely nothing.
“After our up-and-down start to the season, all it’s done is get us in contention for a Champions League spot. Plenty of other teams are fighting for the same objective.
“None of them are going to make it easy for us, so we have to keep picking up points. There are still a lot of games to be played and we haven’t achieved anything yet.
“In recent weeks the manager has had to utilise all of the squad and each player who has got on the pitch has taken their chance by performing well.
“I’ve said previously that choosing the starting XI should never be an easy task for the boss and when everyone is available that will certainly be the case.”