Joe Cole has admitted that he must rediscover his best form to help get Liverpool back on track, following their dismal start to the campaign.
The Reds are currently in 19th place, following Sunday's disappointing 2-0 defeat in the Merseyside derby against rivals Everton.
Cole remains adamant however that he and his team-mates can still turn things around this season.
"We are not playing well, I'm not playing well but I know I'm at a club that is going to help me through it," Cole said.
"I know that and I expect better from myself.
"It's disappointing to lose such a big game but in these situations, the worse thing you can do is start pointing fingers at each other. We have got to look at ourselves.
"I'll just try and do what I can do to get back to it. I need to find my form somehow. I'm sure I will and it will come soon.
"We have had a tough start and a bad start with results. We can't do anything about that now. We are where we are and we have got to change it. We have got to dig deep."
Cole also acknowledged that he is yet to fulfil his duties with the club, and that he must work harder to ensure he does.
"There are characters here. I'm looking at myself - nobody else. I need to do a lot better for the club; every minute of every day I'm thinking about how I can get there again," he continued.
"I'm desperate to do well for Liverpool. I've never had a period like this before and it is all new territory for me. But it is a challenge and life is never easy.
"The right thing to do is just try and grind out the first win and then take it from there. We are right behind the manager. We all believe in the team and in the club.
"We have just got to stick together. We are doing a lot of things right but we have just got to concentrate on cutting out the wrong things."