Former Republic of Ireland international Phil Babb believes Liverpool are right to share goals out across the team and pointed to Tottenham Hotspur as a side the Reds do not want to be like.
Jurgen Klopp's side edged out Manchester City 1-0 at Anfield on New Year's Eve to remain hot on Chelsea's heels at the top end of the Premier League standings.
The goal came from midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, as yet another member of the side chipped in with a vital goal.
No player at Liverpool has entered double digits in terms of goals this season, with Sadio Mane (eight), Roberto Firmino (seven), Adam Lallana (seven), Divock Origi (seven) and Philippe Coutinho (six) leading the way.
Tottenham Hotspur meanwhile have Harry Kane with 12 goals as their top scorer and Babb believes the White Hart Lane side are too reliant on the Englishman.
The former Liverpool defender explained on LFC TV: "Every team wants that 20-goal-a-season striker, but Spurs are a great example.
"Look at Spurs, if Harry Kane isn't scoring they struggle.
"We have spread the goals out and it's almost healthy competition. Lallana wants to score, Firmino wants to score, Coutinho when he's playing wants to score.
"So they are all at it", Babb added.
Tottenham thrashed Watford 4-1 on Sunday with Kane grabbing two goals and Dele Alli also helping himself to a brace.
Spurs are now four points behind Liverpool and ten off leaders Chelsea.