Murphy: We will come good
By Richard Jolly
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Gerard Houllier has fielded a midfield including Harry Kewell, Vladimir Smicer and El-Hadji Diouf at times this season, but Liverpool have lost four of their first 10 Premiership games.
Midfielder Murphy, who has just returned from injury, believes Liverpool will see the benefits of their more aggressive approach but feels it may take time to get results.
The England international said: "Winning games breeds confidence.
"We had suffered a dip and been through a bad spell but we have changed our style and played a different formation this season.
"We have been more attacking and we are all trying to adapt and adjust to that. It will take time but it will come right."
Murphy is pleased that Liverpool are scoring more goals and feels that the return of several key players from injury can only make them stronger.
"We are playing some decent stuff and have scored plenty of goals," he added.
"So we have to look at the positives and try to work hard at the style we are playing. Now we have got back to winning ways, long may it continue.
"It is going to take a few games to get my fitness back as it does when you get injured. But we saw at Blackburn that Dietmar Hamann is coming back, and maybe Michael Owen will be fit for the weekend.
"Things are beginning to look more positive on the injury front, and I know that Milan Baros and Jamie Carragher are both progressing well ahead of schedule."