Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez says Tuesday's 4-0 Champions League win over Real Madrid proves the Anfield outfit can play attacking football.
The Reds won 5-0 on aggregate to reach the quarter-finals and Benitez said: "I know people in Spain think my teams do not attack.
"But look at this result and the 119 goals we scored last season.
"We're ranked number one in Europe and a result like this against a great club like Real Madrid is very pleasing."
Fernando Torres opened the scoring for Liverpool in the second leg before Steven Gerrard's double, which included a penalty for what was judged to be a Gabriel Heinze handball, and a late Andrea Dossena effort completed an impressive victory over the Spanish team.
Benitez was able to substitute Torres, Gerrard and Xabi Alonso as he switched his thoughts to Saturday's trip to Manchester United in the Premier League.
The Reds have to beat United to maintain their slim title hopes and Benitez believes the win over Real Madrid is the ideal confidence booster ahead of the game.
"We have an important game next but we have played well, scored four goals and are very confident. That is the best way to prepare for such a game," he stated.
"It was important for us to play that well but we are now facing a very good team and we must win to close the gap at the top.
"We have a few days to enjoy this result and make sure we are positive and prepared properly for the game at Old Trafford."
Liverpool's record in the past five seasons has put them top of the European rankings and they blew Real Madrid away with a storming start.
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