Brendan Rodgers insists exiting Europe has not ended Liverpool's season.
The Reds produced a stirring fightback to beat Zenit St Petersburg 3-1 in the second leg of their Europa League last 32 tie at Anfield on Thursday night but crashed out on the away goals rule, after the Russian side had secured a 2-0 win in the first leg.
Having been knocked out of both domestic cup competitions in the fourth round, the result ended the club's chances of silverware this season.
And with Liverpool sitting seventh in the Premier League, nine points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, a Champions League qualification place also looks unlikely.
But Rodgers is not downbeat and has demanded his side fight to the very end to secure as many wins possible from their remaining 11 games.
"Our season doesn't finish, and never was going to finish, until the final whistle against QPR," said the Northern Irishman.
"This is a group that is growing all the time. You see the level of performance last night, to dominate a team of that ilk and control the game like we did was incredible really.
"For us, going forward, it is to continue with how we have been working since the turn of the year. As the season has gone on we have got better and improved.
"We want to carry that through right until the last whistle at the end of the season. You can see the players have the hunger and determination to do that. We will look to demonstrate that in the last 11 games."