SAMMY LEE has promised no stone will be left unturned as Liverpool bid to find the consistency that will get them climbing the table once more.
The Reds have slipped up in the last two games against Stoke City and Wigan Athletic, having given the impression they had turned the corner with a four-match unbeaten run that culminated with a 2-0 win over Chelsea.
Liverpool are currently 11th in the Premier League standings but the volatile nature of the division means teams can easily climb the table if they happen to string a decent run of results together in a short space of time.
A glance at Liverpool's fixtures over the coming six weeks suggests there is an opportunity to make ground if Roy Hodgson's men can discover the right blend and Lee hopes they will put things right in style.
'I can understand the euphoria after our win over Chelsea but we have always said that we take nothing for granted,' said the assistant manager. 'We got a great result against Chelsea and then followed it up with two indifferent results.
'We are all asking that question about consistency, none more so the players. These players want to improve, get better and be more consistent.
'We are all in it together and are all trying to find how we can get back to a more consistent vein of form. Even after the win against Chelsea we were still complaining and analysing things that we need to improve on. I can promise everyone that we are still working hard and trying to put things right.'
Liverpool look to have the perfect opportunity to get back on track this weekend when they welcome the Premier League's bottom side to Anfield but, as always, Lee is respectful of West Ham United's merits.