Jurgen Klopp is paying little attention to records as Liverpool prepare for another busy week following Saturday's 2-1 win at Crystal Palace.
Napoli are the visitors to Anfield on Wednesday for a crucial group fixture in the Champions League before Brighton make the trip to Merseyside.
If Liverpool can avoid defeat against the Seagulls, it will see them extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to 31 games, which would equal the club's longest-ever run without a loss in the top flight.
But Klopp said: "I have no clue about the record. I don't know what it means because I should think about it before I answer, but I had no time.
"That will mean we need a result next week and I am fine with that because we really do need a result next week against Brighton, but before that we have to play against Napoli.
"We are not there to break records, we are really there to get the best results over the full season.
"If we break one or two records - good - and we will take that, but winning the next game is much more important than people saying in 10 or 15 years that was the record set by this team.
"We really have a bigger job to do, but if one depends on the other, we take both."
The visit of Liverpool ended a horror run of fixtures for Crystal Palace, who faced Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea and then the Reds in consecutive matches.