The Reds are unbeaten since the end of October, winning six of their last eight outings in all competitions.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are now gearing up for Wednesday’s Champions League clash against Spartak as they look to secure their place in the last-16 of the tournament by taking a point.
Saturday’s comfortable 5-1 win over Brighton was a statement of intent from the Merseyside outfit and Henderson has demanded they continue their recent run.
“It’s very pleasing,” Henderson told the club’s official website. “Overall for 90 minutes we played very well, controlled the game with the ball, scored some brilliant goals and defensively I thought we were solid.
“It was a brilliant second goal on the counter-attack. The front three, Salah, Firmino and Coutinho – fantastic goals.
“So overall we’ve got to keep that going as a team. It’s a big game in midweek and we need to keep the momentum going.”
Southampton have been boosted by Steven Davis' decision to miss out on international duty to build up his fitness levels.
Watford are reportedly winning the race to sign Fenerbahce's Brazilian midfielder Josef de Souza ahead of the summer transfer window.
Boss Sam Allardyce has revealed that he is a fan of Jack Wilshere but stopped short of admitting that he wants to sign him for Everton.
First-team coach Stuart Taylor is confident that Paul Lambert has the necessary experience needed to keep Stoke in the Premier League.
Sam Allardyce has backed Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to become England manager Gareth Southgate's World Cup number one.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce is an admirer of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere but refused to comment on speculation linking him with a swoop.