Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm claims Liverpool rely on Luis Suarez too much.
Vorm produced fantastic late saves to deny Liverpool on Saturday and condemn Liverpool to their fourth draw in six home matches.
Suarez has arguably been Liverpool's best player since arriving from Ajax in January for £22.8million, but Vorm feels his ability means other Liverpool players are not stepping up.
He said: "We played well and Liverpool had a hard time to keep up with us, because of our shape and tactics.
"Maybe they rely too much on Suarez. He is a player with incredible qualities. He's a world-class player - I've played a lot of times against him in Holland (when Vorm was at FC Utrecht) and he has scored a few goals against me, so it is funny to see him again.
"But maybe they rely too much on him. He is a player who can make a difference, you know that. But he didn't, and they didn't score.
"Maybe because we kept him quiet they didn't have other options. Perhaps that is unlucky for them, because in the future he will score, you can see that.
"We did our homework and we worked hard for the full 90 minutes to deny him the chances, and that is what you have to do when you arrive at Anfield."