Rodgers hails terrific players
Brendan Rodgers was encouraged by Liverpool's performance in the 2-2 draw with champions Manchester City and now wants to build on it.
The Reds manager felt there were a lot of positives to take from the game which his side twice led, thanks to goals by Martin Skrtel and Luis Suarez.
However, Rodgers' men are still searching for their first win of the new Premier League campaign as a result of two defensive lapses which ultimately proved costly in Sunday's clash at Anfield, having lost previously to West Brom on the opening day.
The Northern Irishman is convinced the Reds can only get better, and while rueful of Skrtel's careless backpass that enabled Carlos Tevez to score City's equaliser ten minutes from time, he refused to be too despondent about the scoreline.
Rodgers said: "Once we managed that first 10 minutes, tactically the players were terrific. We are obviously disappointed not to have won the game but our young players have given us great hope for the future.
"The fight and the quality they played with, and the atmosphere, was incredible. We're disappointed but we got a point and we move on."