Liverpool defender Daniel Agger says there are many questions being asked by players as to why the team are suffering such a bad season.
The Reds’ Premier League woes continued on Saturday as they went down 2-0 to bottom of the table Portsmouth.
But Agger believes now is a time for the club to show solidarity and get over the confidence problem which is plaguing the team to turn fortunes around.
“We are extremely disappointed and we know that it simply isn’t good enough for this club,” he said. “We have got to change this. It didn’t happen against Portsmouth but we can’t let it go on any further.”
“Why is this happening? It’s a bit of everything I suppose but we have got to try to get some confidence from somewhere soon,” he added. “You get that by winning games but we are not doing that.
“It’s a fight every game for this club. Every game we need to focus and need to make sure we get three points. It’s a question of sticking together and we need to do that now more than ever.”
Liverpool now face Wolves at Anfield on Boxing Day (Saturday). Kick-off is 5.30pm.