Liverpool's second-choice goalkeeper Adrian has revealed that the Reds held a "nice meeting" after their 3-0 defeat to Watford on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp's side were unable to continue their 44-match unbeaten run at the weekend, with the Hornets managing to net three past the Merseyside club at Vicarage Road.
However, the Spanish keeper claims that there were no hard feelings after seeing their 18-match winning streak come to a shock end.
Speaking to Liverpool's official website, the 33-year-old said: "We had a nice meeting after the defeat against Watford – no complaining, not telling people what mistakes they made or not.
"It was just to learn about the things that happened on Saturday. It's football; like life, sometimes you have good moments and sometimes you have not good moments.
"Last Saturday was not the best moment for us performing on the pitch. We are much better than that and we want to show that in the next ones, for sure."
Despite their recent defeat, Liverpool still sit 22 points clear of reigning champions Manchester City, with the Reds set to face Bournemouth in their next league fixture at the weekend.