Despite a fifth consecutive win for the Reds boss Jurgen Klopp says his side need to show greater discipline after the break.
Due to international commitments the Premier League and Championship take a two-week break now and Klopp will be using his time on the training ground.
Liverpool's win took them to within two points of leaders Manchester City and was their fifth consecutive victory in all competitions but Klopp said they need to show greater discipline when they return for the home game against Manchester United on October 17.
After the win over Swansea Klopp was less than happy, he told reporters: "We lost patience and were moaning about decisions. We need to stop that.
"We were angry with ourselves, but we got cooler.
"In my job I can see that, but not change a lot until half-time.
"It's important that when you are not brilliant, you are still able to win."
The Reds lost Adam Lallana to a first-half groin injury which has ruled him out of England's World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia.