Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam has dismissed suggestions he's currently in the best form during his time at the club.
The Scot's latest contribution for The Reds came against Queens Park
Rangers on Saturday, when he crossed for Luis Suarez to net the only goal.
Many consider Adam to have been the club's player of the season so far, alongside the Uruguayan, a suggestion Adam is quick to dismiss.
"Everybody has an opinion on how you play, but I just want to keep playing as well as I can," he said. "The important thing for us is the team winning - not any individual.
"You can't play well every week, but if you give 100 per cent Liverpool fans will back you no matter how well you're playing. That's what I try to do - if I give 100 per cent, then they know I am working hard for the team and that's the important thing.
"I've played every Premier League game and I've really enjoyed it, but as I said the most important thing is the team and if we could kick on now and get a few wins in a row under our belt, we'll set ourselves up nicely for the end of the season."
Adam's form has come as Liverpool continue to lose vital members of their midfield, with Lucas Leiva having been ruled out for the season, while Steven Gerrard is still on the sidelines following a foot infection.
"I've always felt responsibility because when you come to a club like this you have to take responsibility and you can't hide," Adam added.
"The two players we've lost is a big loss for us - one is the captain and one is an international for Brazil. It's been difficult, but the lads have come in and done and great job. Hopefully we can continue that and it will be nice to see them back in the first team."