Brendan Rodgers today insisted Liverpool's Anfield record will improve over the coming weeks – and backed Kopites to play their part.
The Reds have won just one of their six Barclays Premier League games at home so far this term, but the manager doesn't believe his players are feeling any kind of burden.
Instead, Rodgers is confident the support of the Anfield crowd will spur his charges on to collecting more points in L4.
"Hand on heart, I really don't sense that," said the boss, when asked if his players felt any kind of pressure to perform at home.
"Anfield is a wonderful place to play and the supporters have been incredible for us this season. I've had people come to the games and sat with people afterwards, including opposition managers, who have commented on the great support and how they believe in what we're doing.
"I don't feel that there is a burden. It's the responsibility of us as players and management to get results consistently.
"I had the same thing at Swansea. The support we got was great and that gave us the momentum to push forward and win a lot of games at home.
"This is what Anfield has to be like and the supporters are playing their part. They have given us incredible backing."
Liverpool are currently on a six-match unbeaten run in the Barclays Premier League, though four of those matches have ended in stalemate.
Rodgers, however, is convinced his side will soon start turning those draws into victories.
"There are some games in the season where a draw is a good result," he said.
"At Stamford Bridge, when you are 1-0 down with not long to go, to come back and get a draw is a good point. But it is no good if you don't capitalise on that with your home games. It is important for us to show the resilience and steel in the team.
"These are formation stones for us going forward but it is important that we just continue to play as we have been.
"If we worry too much about winning, then you have that fear of making a mistake. I want the players to play with that freedom and expression within our structure. That will allow us to get the results eventually.
"We have shown resilience and character in the last six games. But we have to start winning if we are going to progress up the league. That is what we want to do. You have to be relaxed. The players want to win and we want to win. The supporters want to win. It is about how you go about it on the field.
"We will only do that when we are happy and content with our game. We need to fight for the result and get that wee bit of luck."
Upon arriving at Liverpool in the summer, Rodgers outlined his vision to give teams visiting Anfield the 'longest 90 minutes of their lives'.
He added: "I think there have been games where it has been like that but we just haven't finished our opportunities off.
"There have been games where the performances have been relentless with great creativity but we haven't been clinical enough.
"We can't let it burden us. We are where we are. We have to win games and that will ultimately give us confidence."