Rafa Benitez insists he will continue to shuffle his pack ahead of Liverpool's meeting with Derby on Saturday.
The Reds manager has already selected 22 players this season as Liverpool go in to their sixth game of the campaign.
Only goalkeeper Jose Reina and defender Alvaro Arbeloa have played in all of the previous five games.
However, the Spanish tactician has revealed he is happy to keep his players fresh.
"The squad is stronger now than last season, you can see the quality of the players and the different things they can bring to the side, said Benitez.
"You can change players, change positions and everything is almost as I want.
"We are thinking about the whole season, if you have problems in one game you know you can change the situation.
"It is something that maybe we did not have before, it means we are more able to take control of a game.
"Our idea has been to improve in every position, to have two players in each position playing well. That means I do not need to talk about one or two players as the most important ones in the team.
"I have different players in each position and now all of them can play well."
Benitez also believes that the competition for places that now exists at Anfield will also help Liverpool's bid for success.
"It is important that there is strong competition for everyone, they all want to impress and they all keep going right to the end because of that."