Liverpool ace Yossi Benayoun insists Liverpool will not give up in their fight for the Premier League title.
The Reds saw their championship hopes dented after being held by Arsenal in an amazing 4-4 draw at Anfield on Tuesday night.
Although the point took Liverpool to the top of the table on goal difference, Manchester United have two matches in hand over their bitter rivals and are firm favourites to win the title.
Benayoun, who scored twice against Arsenal, including an injury-time equaliser, is refusing to concede defeat in the battle for the silverware.
"It's very difficult. United are a strong side but we won't give up and we will continue to try and do our best," Benayoun told the club's official website.
"We will keep trying, look to win our remaining matches, and hopefully we can still do it.
"It was great game for the supporters to watch but not for us because we made too many mistakes. We should have won the game."
Benayoun admitted defensive errors cost Liverpool all three points against Arsenal and he concedes they need to defend better for the remainder of the season to keep their slim title hopes alive.
"In the first half we created four or five really good chances but then they scored with their only shot of the half," added Benayoun.
"We came back strong in the second half and led 2-1. At that point we were controlling the game but we made more mistakes and then when we had to chase it they punished us.
"We have the best defence in the league and the best goalkeeper (Jose Reina) too, but I think we didn't defend well as a team against Arsenal.
"We scored four goals and still didn't manage to pick up the three points so I think that shows we should have done better."