Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is keen to learn from the mistakes that cost the club at West ham.
The Reds suffered a 3-1 defeat at Upton Park on Sunday, bringing to an end a run of eight unbeaten matches in all competitions for the club.
Manchester United await in the next Barclays Premier League clash, and with Europe now a realistic possibility for the Merseysiders 'King Kenny' is keen for a quick fix at Anfield.
"We will sit down and the players can go through the game. We will have a look and make sure we learn from the mistakes that were made," Dalglish told the official Liverpool website.
"We will look to see where we went wrong and try to repair it."
There were signs of improvement in the later stages of the clash against the Hammers though, and the caretaker manager will be looking to build on those areas as the club look for a third successive home victory against their biggest rivals.
"The pleasing thing was that the fitness and desire to get back in the game was still there. In the last 20 minutes we played well," Dalglish continued.
"Collectively we will move forward but we won't dismiss it. We will get back in and see where we are on Tuesday. A week's training will do us no harm at all."
Liverpool won last season's contest 2-0, and a repeat will be just the ticket for the Anfield outfit.
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