Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish hailed the professionalism of his side after they recorded their first Premier League victory of 2012 at the expense of Wolves.
Goals from Andy Carroll, Craig Bellamy and Dirk Kuyt earned the Reds a straightforward 3-0 win at Molineux which moved them above Arsenal into fifth and within four points of fourth-placed Chelsea.
It made it a perfect seven days for Dalglish and his team following last week's League Cup semi-final triumph over Manchester City and weekend FA Cup success over Manchester United.
Until Tuesday night, their cup form had been in contrast with their league form, however, with the Reds having picked up just one point from their previous three top-flight matches -- and the recent defeat to Bolton prompting the Scot to take the unusual step of criticising his players.
There were no such complaints from Dalglish on this occasion, though.
"I thought it was a very professional, high quality performance from the players. A fantastic reaction to the previous two games," he said.
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