Liverpool striker Peter Crouch has urged his team-mates to reproduce their European form in the Premiership.
Crouch netted as the Reds earned top spot in their Champions League group following Wednesday's 2-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven.
But on the domestic front Rafael Benitez's side haven't been as fluent and currently occupy 10th in the table after picking up one point from the last six on offer.
"The most important thing is to get our Premiership form right," said Crouch ahead of Saturday's clash with Manchester City.
"Maybe it hasn't been up to the standard we've set and certainly our away form has to be better.
"In the Champions League our form has been good so hopefully we can take that into the Premiership.
"Our home form is good and we want to keep that going. We do have to take that form with us away from home."