The Queens Park Rangers reflected on Sunday's last-gasp loss at Loftus Road.
The Rs missed Barton's physical presence in midfield but produced a much-improved performance against Brendan Rodgers' side at Loftus Road.
But two own goals - one from Richard Dunne and one from Steven Caulker - saw QPR lose 3-2 to the Reds thanks to a last-gasp finish.
And Barton feels his side deserved 'at least a point,' also exploring how the west London club can get back to winning ways.
Deserved at least a point if not 3. Effort from all was great. Got work to do on training ground but lots of positives from the performance.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) October 19, 2014
We have just got to stick together and show the kind of guts, skill and determination we showed today. No blame culture. It helps nobody.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) October 19, 2014
You win together and you lose together. Pick ourselves up and get ready for another war against Villa A week Monday. #QPR— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) October 19, 2014
Goalkeeper Alex McCarthy also reacted to the defeat on social media after making his debut for the Rs.
Signed for £6 million from Reading this summer, McCarthy was yet to appear for Harry Redknapp's side but played his first game against Liverpool - hardly the easiest of debuts under the circumstances.
Thanks for all your messages, so happy to make my @QPRFC debut... Shame about the result as we were the better team! Onto the next game now!— Alex McCarthy (@Alex_Macca23) October 19, 2014
Next up for QPR are Aston Villa, also at Loftus Road, a week on Monday.