Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is eager to get his first win in a Merseyside derby when the Reds face Everton at Anfield tomorrow night.
The teams go into the game with contrasting form, with Liverpool winning five of their last seven league games - and progressing to the semi-finals of the Europa League - while Everton have failed to win in each of their last six league games.
Lallana told the official Liverpool website: "There's no better feeling than winning games. You just want the next game to come as soon as possible.
"At the minute, we've got a lot of games - Wednesday, Saturday and Thursday. The manager changes things up and keeps everyone fresh and wanting to do well when they come in. We're not getting ahead of ourselves - we've achieved nothing yet.
"We are starting to perform a little bit more consistently and the manager is running the changes and lads are coming in and performing well."
All three derbies since Lallana's arrival from Southampton in the summer of 2014 have been draws but Liverpool go into this one as favourites, largely down to the recent form book.
After a much-changed line-up at the weekend, which saw the Reds win 2-1 at Bournemouth, it is expected that the side that will face Everton will look more like the one that sensationally fought back to beat Borussia Dortmund 4-3 in the Europa League.
A win would take Liverpool into sixth place, and six points behind the Champions League places, which could spark hopes of an improbable qualification through the league places ahead of next season, while Everton will look to climb into the top half with a win tomorrow night.