"The result at Old Trafford is one that will give us confidence to take into another hard game", Silva said.
"Football under pressure is hard because it's allowed to defend with a lot of legs in the box". We have to take all the criticism.
Hull are now within a point of climbing out of the relegation zone and Silva said: 'When I come the atmosphere is not the best. That target is still very much an achievable one - Liverpool are fourth, and only a point behind Spurs and Arsenal. "After a game like this, it's not allowed to say something like that". "Our supporters were fantastic, we need them and they support our them always".
He said: "It's not rocket science now how you beat Liverpool".
"Liverpool do something stupid from the back, this time from the goalkeeper, not the first time we've said that this season. That's hard to accept". "You can write what you want at the moment".
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"There's things in this Liverpool team that at times you kid yourself that it's ok".
Marco Silva has urged Hull's players and fans to share his faith that they can retain their Premier League status after engineering their biggest result of the campaign. Before Christmas they had been comfortably the most prolific scorers in the league but they have scored just eight times in their 10 matches this year. "But we need to continue because we have a lot of work ahead of us in the next month".
However, they must return to winning ways soon, after a run of four league games without a win, a sequence Opta tells us is their worst since September 2015.
Weak goalkeeping from Simon Mignolet left a lot to be desired too as Hull enjoyed the same rewards Swansea did at Anfield recently, where they too bundled home from a corner that wasn't cleared.
However, Klopp rejected that his side had an issue with their attitude, but conceded he did not know what was wrong.
First, Tom Huddlestone neatly played through Hernandez although the forward could do little more than flick an attempt into the side-netting under pressure.
"I imagine after the weekend they'll be outside the top four and they will be outsiders now", Carragher told Sky Sports.
"I am interested in the performance".