'We have to improve and try to fight not to concede a goal like we did in the last minute.
'It's disappointing but I also have confidence that little by little we are conceding fewer chances, like against Newcastle.
'In the last 20 minutes we needed to be better on that competitive aspect.
Mesut Ozil scored the hosts' fourth goal before Vorskla pulled two goals back late on. Because the last minute at Newcastle, [and] today in the last 20 minutes [we conceded] two goals. I want to continue to be competitive in each match.
"We lost against a good team today, but it's good experience for us", he said. We are speaking before each match to take a mentality of don't concede easy chances.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown was working as a pundit for the match at the Emirates.
"I think we played well in the first half and at the beginning of the second as well and we scored four goals", he told reporters, with Everton up next in the English top flight on Sunday. But a defeat at Highbury to fellow pace-setters Arsenal, who would only lose one game all season, dented the Reds' challenge, not to mention the shock resignation of Manager Kenny Dalglish as they ultimately lost out to George Graham's men despite enjoying the best start to a season in the club's recent history.
Slip up, and it's very easy to say that this is the same Liverpool with the same problems as previous year, but win and they've immediately shown an improvement that could well make them title challengers.
"They haven't won a league title for 28 years now, and the reason why I think they got to the Champions League final last season was a lot down to the energy the fans gave the players".
The Merseyside outfit have also won all five of their opening five Premier League games to leave them joint top of the Premier League table along with Chelsea FC.