Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes his side's new-found belief is the cornerstone of their resurgence this season.
Under the Scot, The Reds have lost just three leagues games since Dalglish took over from Roy Hodgson at the turn of the year and have surged into contention for the sole Europe League spot with Tottenham Hotspur.
The Anfield club travel to Fulham on Monday evening looking to reclaim fifth spot from Spurs after their draw with Blackpool, and Dalglish is delighted with his side's current success.
"The more options you have, the better it is for everyone. I don't know what it was before," Dalglish said.
"In any team you are going to have players who shine more than others.
"Successful teams are the ones with the greatest number of options going forward. It is great credit to them and the confidence and belief they have in themselves. They have built that up themselves with their results.
"Where you get your ammunition from doesn't really matter, but the more choices you have, the stronger you are going to be.
"Results give you belief. If you can't believe in each other on the pitch then you are going to have a problem.
"Everyone feeds off the success of the team. Different people get a lift in different ways, and not everyone can score a goal."
After the meeting at Craven Cottage, Spurs, whose battle for the fourth Champions League spot appears all but over, visit Manchester City. A showdown follows with Liverpool at Anfield this weekend, in a match that will go a long way to determining who qualifies for the Europa League.