Virgil van Dijk has claimed that Liverpool "must try to win everything" this season but admits that the road ahead is "very long".
Fresh from heavy investment this summer, the Reds have won both of their Premier League games so far, scoring six goals and conceding none.
"It's a very tough game," the Dutchman told Sky Sports News. "We knew before the game it would be. I don't think the big teams ever win here comfortably. I'm happy with a clean sheet. I think a well-deserved three points.
"We know how direct Crystal Palace are looking for [Christian] Benteke and then the other striker. It's always going to be tough but we were ready for the fight.
"We have an amazing team and manager. We practice every day on how to get better. We showed a lot of good things today – we need to be proud of ourselves today.
"We've got to try to win everything. It's been a while but we don't need to think too much ahead. We've only played two games, it'll be a very long road and a tough year."
Liverpool have joined five other teams, including champions Manchester City, on six points in the table after their opening two league fixtures.