Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish preferred to hand praise to his whole team rather than single out hat-trick hero Luis Suarez after their 3-0 win at Norwich.
The Reds went into the game at Carrow Road having won just three of their last 15 Premier League matches, losing nine in that run.
But the manner of the Merseysiders' performance pleased the Scot more than the Uruguayan's goalscoring heroics as they ran out easy winners.
"It's all part of the team performance, they were three great goals for us," Dalglish told ESPN.
"It was a fantastic performance but we've played like that plenty of times this season, there've been games we've played even better and come away without anything.
"It's even more credit to them that they keep going out there and believing in their ability and we've won easily today."
Liverpool still managed their habitual strike of the woodwork when Jonjo Shelvey headed against the crossbar, and the midfielder also failed to find an unguarded net when sliding into the six-yard box.
Dalglish said: "We'll forgive it when we're 2-0 up - we've done it again but at least we've won today and got the three goals."