Manager Jurgen Klopp has already admitted to recently watching the worst performance of his career as his side were humbled 3-0 by Brighton, just a few weeks before goal-shy Wolves secured the same result.
The Reds would love to be in a top-four battle in the Premier League but are now clinging onto their faint hopes of playing any form of European football next season.
If they are to climb up the table, Liverpool need to find some urgent solutions.
1. Address his staff
Behind the scenes, Liverpool have gone through a lot. From the transfer team to the medical department, plenty of influential figures have left Anfield recently and there isn't a lot Klopp can do about most of that.
That being said, Klopp has power at Liverpool. The German gets a say in plenty of positions on Merseyside, including coaches, and may need to change something.
Reports have suggested some in Klopp's backroom team are starting to outstay their welcome at Anfield and the boss may have to make some tough decisions to get the most out of his squad.
2. Figure out the midfield
There's no denying that Liverpool's biggest issue is in midfield. On both sides of the ball, Klopp's trio just aren't cutting it anymore.