Defender Daniel Agger believes Liverpool will need to show the same kind of attitude displayed in Saturday's Merseyside derby victory if they are to end their decade-long winless run at Arsenal.
The Reds travel to London on Wednesday looking for their first Barclays Premier League win at the home of the Gunners since February 2000.
Agger believes the determination exemplified in the 1-0 win against Everton at Anfield, when the side played the best part of an hour with 10 men after Sotirios Kyrgiakos' dismissal, will help to break their disappointing run on Arsenal territory.
"We just have to go for the three points in each game," said the Denmark international, who is likely to start back-to-back games for the first time since the end of December because of Kyrgiakos' three-match suspension.
"We need to have a good result against Arsenal, that is the most important game right now. Arsenal are a good team but every game in this league is tough so we need to go in with the same attitude as against Everton.
"Everyone in the team knows we have the right attitude."