LIVERPOOL defender Jamie Carragher hailed the Reds’ 5-2 win at Fulham as “just one of those days”.
Maxi Rodriguez scored a hat-trick to take his goal tally to seven in three matches, with Dirk Kuyt and Luis Suarez also on target.
“We’ve been playing well of late, confidence is good and we’ve been looking forward to games.
“It was just one of those days for us.”
Kenny Dalglish’s team were three goals up inside 16 minutes and Carragher said: “We played very well, with the start and the early goals.
“When you’re winning everything’s enjoyable. We just want to keep this run going.
“The fans will be happy, it’s a late night for a lot of us but we’ve got to look forward to keeping it going against Tottenham (at home on Sunday).”
Liverpool have moved above Spurs into fifth but Carragher would not make any predictions about next season, despite the excellent run of form since Dalglish took over.
Carragher, who tonight made his 666th appearance for the visitors to move second on their all-time list, added: “Next season is a clean slate for everyone.
“We hope we can take this form into next season but I won’t make silly boasts or put expectations on ourselves.”
Dalglish said: “That was a fantastic performance...the players are a credit to their profession.
“We started really brightly, the football they played, the movement, work rate and effort to stop Fulham playing. Fulham had a right go at us in the second half but we matched them.”
On hat-trick hero Maxi, the Scot added: “He’s a very clever player.
“A lot of balls have been falling to him in the box – but you’ve got to be there to put them away and he has been.
“You can’t score if you’re not playing and he had a few games off and has come back really strong.
“I’m delighted for him and everybody.
“We’ve done fantastically well since January and it’s great credit to the players, Steve Clarke, Sammy (Lee) and the backroom staff – it’s not a one-man band by any shape or form.
“We’ll just keep going and see what happens.”
On the prospect of becoming the club’s permanent manager, Dalglish would not be pressed.
The 60-year-old, who took the job on a caretaker basis following the departure of Roy Hodgson, said: “When we’ve got something to tell you, we’ll tell you.
“Nobody’s under any pressure whatsoever.
“But it wouldn’t matter if you were manager if we’ve won 5-2!”