Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has labelled The Reds' 1-1 draw with Norwich City at Anfield as two dropped points.
Kenny Dalglish's side led at half time courtesy of Craig Bellamy's goal, but Grant Holt squared the contest from the bench.
Liverpool have now dropped six points on home soil this season having also been held by Sunderland and Manchester United.
While Enrique believes Norwich played well, he thinks Dalglish's side need to improve if they want UEFA Champions League football next term.
"We all respect Norwich and they did really well," said Enrique.
"But at home against teams like that we have to win if we want to be in the Champions League. I think we lose a lot of points like that.
"I think the best teams in the world and in this league will beat teams like that, with the greatest respect, especially at home because it is more difficult to play them away.
"We've dropped two points here. I hope we don't need these points in the future.
"I think we had some bad luck, it became frustrating for the players who were trying and trying."