Indeed, the Reds drew 0-0 with the Hammers at Anfield despite Jurgen Klopp being forced to field a very young starting XI.
That said, the Belgian shot stopper feels Liverpool deserved more than a draw.
Once again, the Merseyside outfit's problems in front of goal troubled them - as they made it three games at home without scoring.
The replay leaves West Ham as slight favourites - they haven't lost to Liverpool yet this season and will be at home for the fourth-round clash.
But, if the Reds can pick up some form by then, they don't lack anything in the way of resilience and could set their sights on a cup double this season, with a Capital One Cup final against Manchester City coming up for Klopp's men at the end of February.