Anfield boss pleased with all his players work ethic.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is so pleased with defender Martin Skrtel that he will be continued to be played out of position.
The 26-year-old has been forced to fill-in at right-back for the last two games due to injuries to Glen Johnson and Martin Kelly.
The Slovakia international is likely to come up against Gareth Bale at White Hart Lane on Sunday but Dalglish has no worries.
Kelly is close to making a return to fitness after a hamstring injury against Bolton at the end of last month and could conceivably depose Skrtel on the right of defence.
But he faces stiff competition for the centre-back spot in Jamie Carragher, Daniel Agger and new Uruguayan signing Sebastian Coates.
“He is playing out of position but it is not a problem for him,” said the Reds boss. “He came on against Bolton and was very comfortable.
“He has thrown himself into the right-back position and done brilliantly and he doesn’t look out of place to me.
“If we have to keep him there then we have to keep him there.
“There is no way Martin Skrtel is going to let you down for lack of commitment.” Dalglish added.
“One of the benefits of this group of players is that they are prepared to play wherever they can get a game.
“They will do their very best and if it is not right it is not their problem it is our problem.
“Martin has been given the opportunity and he has done the best he can to continue to do it and if someone else gets the opportunity they will be exactly the same.”