Simon Mignolet has revealed the team spirit shown by Liverpool this season stems from their performances in training.
The Reds faced another challenging situation on Sunday, with the scores locked at 3-3 in a crucial game at home to Swansea.
But once again Brendan Rodgers men found a way to grasp all three points, with Jordan Henderson the hero after firing a 74th minute winner.
The Reds have shown they have the ability to get their way out of sticky situations already this season, with the 3-3 draw at Goodison Park and the late 3-2 win over Fulham prime examples.
And Mignolet believes the team spirit stems from the competitiveness within the squad shown on the training ground on a daily basis.
“It’s not only on the pitch, it’s also on the training ground – we go until the end and everybody works really hard,” the Belgian keeper explained.
“We try to get the maximum out of every little session, even in small training games we want to win every single game. That’s the spirit of the squad. We know that we’ll work for the full 90 minutes, until the last minute of the game.
“There have been a few occasions now where we have got a result in the end out of positions where we weren’t getting a result. This week and also Fulham, but I remember the derby with Everton at the beginning of the season as well.
“We’ve done that so far and hopefully we can keep that going until the last game of the season. There have been a few now; the one away to Fulham and now at home against Swansea.
“It’s very important that you keep winning and it means we’re able to continue in the same manner. We can look forward to the next game, which happens to be Southampton this weekend – which is obviously going to be a tough game again.
“But we’ll try to do our best and make sure we get the result there as well.”