However, the Reds know that the 4-0 Merseyside derby win will be rendered meaningless if they don't build on it and push on in the battle for a Champions League place, which will be a tough ask against a West Brom outfit still getting used to life under new boss Pepe Mel.
It was Steve Clarke who was in charge of the Baggies back in late October, when a stunning Luis Suarez hat-trick and Daniel Sturridge's sublime chip secured a 4-1 victory for the Reds at Anfield.
Away from home, things are likely to be somewhat tougher.
Will Brendan Rodgers change things from the Everton win? Or will the Northern Irishman stick with a winning team?
Here's how his team could line up.