Brendan Rodgers wants to move on from Luis Suarez's 10-match ban after praising Liverpool's 'brilliant' performance in the 6-0 mauling of Newcastle United.
The trip to St James' Park was the first game of Suarez's suspension, which was imposed for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, and Liverpool made light of the striker's absence.
His replacement Daniel Sturridge scored twice on Tyneside and Rodgers is keen to look forward as the Reds try to finish the season on a positive note.
"It has been a traumatic week for the football club but we accepted that.
"Luis did wrong, he takes his punishment and we move on. And we had to move on with a performance today and I don't think we could have done any more."
Liverpool's performance demonstrated they are far from a one-man team and Rodgers praised the collective effort.
He said: "He's been an outstanding player for us, Luis, this season and I am sure will continue to be for the future.
"Other players have scored goals, he ha...