Liverpool star Adam Lallana has revealed his belief that the side have found the right system to use under Brendan Rodgers.
The Reds are unbeaten following the drubbing they received in the derby against Manchester United and Lallana believes everything is clicking under the 3-5-2 formation being used by the boss.
“We've found a system that the gaffer has changed and got us playing - and I think it's working. We've been creating a lot more chances, in the United game, Bournemouth game and today,” he told the Liverpool website.
Liverpool equalised in the 2-2 draw against Arsenal yesterday through a late header from Martin Skrtel, whose injury earlier in the game ironically created the injury time for his team to draw level.
It was a significant goal because it keeps the momentum going from the League Cup win against Bournemouth last week. Liverpool face a congested set of fixtures over the next week and it’s important for the side to carry confidence into their next few games.
“We feel we're turning a corner and getting a little bit of rhythm into our game. That goal was huge for us at the end because we would have been thoroughly disappointed with losing, but it was a point, a good performance and we move on.”
Liverpool were seriously struggling before the League Cup win, with the pressure firmly on Brendan Rodgers and speculation over whether he’d keep his job at Anfield.
However, he deserves credit for making a change to the Liverpool setup, which has helped the side find a way to change their results with a squad where several players have been struggling for form.
Liverpool face Burnley on Boxing Day in a match they should be confident of winning before they have an extra day of rest before the match against Swansea and they line up against Leicester at home on New Years Day.
There’s a very realistic chance that Rodgers’ side could take three wins from those three games, which will cause a big change in terms of Liverpool’s position in the Premier League table.