Liverpool have no time to dwell on their Champions League triumph as they take on Fulham in a crucial Premier League game on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are embroiled in a fierce title race with Manchester City and know they can’t afford any slip-ups in a game they’ll be expected to win at Craven Cottage.
They are one point behind City but have a golden opportunity to retake the lead as their rivals are in FA Cup action at Swansea on Saturday.
Despite the title race hotting up, the Reds seemed relax as they were put through their paces at Melwood on Friday in preparation their weekend fixture.
Here’s five things we noticed from Liverpool training as they prepare to head to London to face the Cottagers.
1) All smiles after midweek success
Liverpool have had a memorable week.
They dumped Bayern Munich out of the Champions League to storm into the quarter-finals, where they will face Porto.
Jurgen Klopp was all smiles back at Melwood ahead of their clash with Fulham on Sunday after his tactical masterclass to get the better of his old Bundesliga rivals.
Trent Alexander-Arnold also looked relaxed after he put in a rock solid display at the Allianz Arena after shaking off a foot injury.
2) Robertson remains focused
Andy Robertson saw their Champions League success in midweek tainted by a late booking.
An unnecessary foul on Leon Goretzka in stoppage time saw him shown a yellow card which will rule him out of the first leg of their quarter-final tie.
Robertson was visibly disappointed when he realised what his booking meant – but he’s restored his focus ahead of Sunday’s game against Fulham.
There is no time for Robertson to dwell on his late mistake, with a crucial Premier League fixture as the title race hots up.
3) Salah finding rhythm
Mohamed Salah is finding form again for Liverpool at the perfect time.
After being questioned by some fans after a brief slump, he has put in some magnificent displays to help the Reds get back on track.
He’s finding rhythm and using all his skill to make Liverpool as dangerous ever going forward ahead of their meeting with a Fulham side who have leaked goals this season.
He was spotted in training keeping the ball in the air and demonstrating his touch is as good as ever when Liverpool need him most.
4) Competition for places in attack
There is plenty of competition for places in Jurgen Klopp’s side – particularly in attack.
It doesn’t appear the rivalry for spots in the starting line-up has caused any ill-feeling amongst Klopp’s attackers, however.
Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri and Roberto Firmino were seen joining forces for an intense kickabout around a red bin.
Firmino is set to start on Sunday but Origi and Shaqiri are likely to have to settle for spots on the bench, where they’ve been utilised as impact subs in recent weeks.
5) Youngster in first team fold
Young defender Nathaniel Phillips is enjoying his involvement with Jurgen Klopp’s first team.
The 21-year-old is highly rated at Anfield and was unfortunate not to feature during their winter injury crisis defensively after picking up a knock of their own.
With Joe Gomez still ruled out, albeit nearing a return, Phillips has made the most of being involved in Klopp’s first team plans.
Who knows, he could find himself being called upon to help their Premier League title bid at some stage if injuries strike again at Anfield.