Jürgen Klopp believes Liverpool will have the support of their rivals as they face Chelsea on Tuesday night knowing victory will reinvigorate the Premier League title race and stop it becoming a procession.
They play a high-intensity game, putting pressure on their opponents, but it's a style of play which teams struggle to maintain for a whole campaign.
"After the games against Liverpool and Arsenal, we improved a lot in our performances and our identity and confidence", added Conte.
"Everything is nice, an interesting sign of life that everything can change in one month".
Klopp admitted to having mixed emotions after watching the Reds' No.19 play for Senegal in Gabon, where he scored two in two games in the group stages.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "Losing three home games [in a row] feels less than average".
"It's all about the point of view and how you want to see it". It was probably a good thing it wasn't in front of our fans because I would have been in there with them!
"So the results are important, but the league doesn't finish after these two games".
However, Klopp insists Liverpool achieving Champions League qualification would still be regarded as a successful season for the club.
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"Let's go to the end of the season, we could qualify for the Champions League".
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I think the Anfield crowd will drag them through this and out of their slump. We should fight for it. "I think a lot of teams in the league will be on our side which maybe doesn't happen too often".
These absentees will make this game all the more interesting for onlookers at Myreside. "That's it. There are worse things in the world".
Many media outlets are reporting Sadio Mane could feature against Chelsea after Senegal were knocked out of the African Cup of Nations, but one would be surprised if he started.
Star attacker Mane, who missed the decisive spot-kick as his country lost to Cameroon on penalties in an AFCON quarter-final on Saturday, was scheduled to return to Merseyside yesterday.
"He's a quality player". It is easier if you have him in the team or around the team than when you don't have him.
"Your career is over in a 15 year spell and when you get crowds and games like that ... my lads will never forget that day and they will be revered for coming to Anfield and winning 15, 20 years down the line".