Joe Cole is refusing to panic despite Liverpool's worst start in the Premier League in 18 years.
Liverpool have won just won of their opening five games after going down 3-2 to old rivals Manchester United on Sunday.
Cole, who joined Liverpool on a free transfer in the summer, has called for patience and is confident Roy Hodgson's side will soon turn things around.
"Judge us in May where we are," Cole told Sky Sports News. "We have had a tough start to the season with the fixture list and with Fernando [Torres] not being match fit, 100 per cent up until the last couple of weeks and also the change of personnel with the change of manager.
Pick up"We will pick up, I am convinced. If we keep passing the ball the way we did [against Manchester United] we will be fine."
Cole also rejected suggestions that the ongoing uncertainty regarding the ownership of the club is affecting performances on the pitch.
"No, not really, our job is to go out and try and win games," added Cole.
"We have got to try and take the positives [from the United game], we passed the ball well, scored two goals and we got beaten by a great team and a player on top of his game.
"But we will be alright, we just need to keep going."
BeliefReds skipper Steven Gerrard also believes the new-look Liverpool under Hodgson need time before they can be judged.
Gerrard said: "It's going to take time before the new manager gets his feet in the door and gets his ideas over.
"Of course we're improving and the performance was really good. If we play like that every week we'll beat most of the teams in the league."