Daniel Agger believes there is still room for improvement at Liverpool after an impressive start to the season.
The centre-back was a part of the team which swept aside Bolton at Anfield on Saturday evening to briefly move to the top of the Premier League for the first time in more than two years.
But with club football now on hold until after the international break, Agger thinks there is still more to come from Kenny Dalglish's new-look Liverpool.
"In any team there is always something you can do better," Agger said in the Daily Post. "I think in this team there are a lot of things we can do better.
"This season we have to be consistent with performances like this, that is the only way we can move forward. It is a bit early to be saying we have done that now.
"It is still early to say but if you work hard and keep going you normally get there and normally get the amount of luck you need to be at the top. That is what we are aiming to do. It is a bit early to say it after three games so we need to keep going."