Craig Bellamy is looking towards 'a very positive season' after Liverpool beat Aston Villa 2-0 on Sunday to move into sixth in the Premier League table.
The Welsh ace returned to the starting line-up and scored the opener on 11 minutes before supplying the corner four minutes later from which Martin Skrtel headed home.
The Reds went on to win the game easily and Bellamy is looking for the Reds to push on - starting at Wigan on Wednesday.
He told the club's official website: "The two early goals helped us and put us in a good position.
"It can always be a tricky scoreline, but I thought we were quite professional and kept the ball.
"We had a couple of opportunities to score on the break in the second half as well, and I thought we were worthy winners."
Bellamy hailed the depth of squad available to Kenny Dalglish, adding: "We're a good team, there are no doubts about that. We are part of an incredible football club. When you go out onto the field, it's not just 11 players - it's 22/23 players.
"To represent this club is a privilege, but you do have to carry a certain responsibility and style of play.
"Fortunately we do have a lot of Liverpool players here who do deserve to play at this club. Touch wood, we will have a very positive season."
Luis Suarez hit the woodwork twice at Villa Park and Bellamy praised the overall contribution of the skilful No.7.
He said: "I've not seen a forward quite like him ability wise and for luck as well - he constantly either hits the post or bar!
"He could be on a lot more goals than what he is, but performance wise is enough for us. The way he goes about his business, he is a credit to us."