At the other end of the table, West Ham remain the only side without a point after four games despite a huge transfer spend of almost £100 million over the summer.
But, barring their opening day thrashing of West Ham, the Anfield giants are yet to hit peak form this term.
"So playing in the Premier League can be hard, but I am very motivated to play here, not just for myself and my teammates, but for the club".
Players do know how to look after themselves, but it's tough for managers as they need to make decisions on a wide range of factors, not just the game itself.
'I think we are going to have a lot of top games.
Evans added: "Jurgen has tried to keep his team more or less the same". So that was going to happen but we got away with it because we won the game against Leicester. That's the most important goal now.
"We are always confident we can beat any team".
"Hopefully this is our year because I've waited long enough".
"Because if you're much closer to the top of the Premier League, that means that you're consistently winning matches and playing well which would help you in cup competitions as well".
'Of course, it's a big change from Stoke to Liverpool.
He said: "It's competition for places".
With a touch match expected in the capital, boss Jurgen Klopp put his players through their paces as they partnered up and broke out a sweat using resistance bands as part of their strength and conditioning preparations.
"Given the choice at the start of the season - if I were a Liverpool fan - which one would I like to get my hands on, it would probably be the Premier League".
"There may be a chance this weekend but we will see how much progress is made during the week".
For instance, Klopp was not completely satisfied with the 2-1 win at Leicester before the global break.