Jurgen Klopp has urged his Liverpool squad not to rely too much on Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino to secure Champions League qualification.
The Reds' boss spoke out in the build up to Sunday's Premier League clash against West Brom at the Hawthorns as the side look to build on last weekend's vital come-from-behind 2-1 win at Stoke to maintain their place in the top-three of the table.
Liverpool were trailing 1-0 and struggling to find a breakthrough against the Potters until Brazilian duo Coutinho and Firmino, who had been struggling with illness and fatigue respectively, were introduced into the action at half-time.
Both got on the scoresheet to seal the win for the Reds and Klopp is now looking for the rest of the team to step up to the plate so they do not become too over-reliant on the pair.
"It's very important that players can play together, but if they are only two then it's pretty difficult still," said the German tactician.
"If we would have played like that in the first half and Roberto and Phil would have been on the pitch, I can only imagine if the difference would still have been that big.
"But with all playing better and these two highest quality players on the pitch, we could change the game. That was fantastic, really good.
"But, again, if they tried to do it alone… no chance. It's about fitting in the game, fitting in the team and obviously they are that good that they would fit in nearly each team. It's good to have them here."
Liverpool travel to face the Baggies boosted by Arsenal's 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace on Monday night which keeps them nine points ahead of the Londoners, having played two games more.
However, Manchester City can move above them into third with a win at Southampton on Saturday evening and Manchester United are fifth, six points adrift of them, also with two games in hand, so Klopp is just focusing on winning their games.
He added: "I think it's pretty sure – even when a few teams have (played) less games than we have because they play against each other they cannot get all the points.
"But it will be difficult enough. The challenge of West Brom is big enough and has all our respect and all our concentration. That's what we are doing."
Liverpool, who are 2/9 to finish in the top four, are priced at 10/11 to win at West Brom on Sunday. The Baggies are 16/5 to win and the draw is 14/5.