Another two goals from Luis Suarez guided the Reds to a 3-1 victory over Cardiff City as the team moved to the top of the Premier League table
Luis Suarez scored twice to take his tally for the season to 19 as Liverpool cruised to a fourth win in succession on Saturday to take them top of the table.
Rodgers' in-form side are firmly in contention to claim a first league crown since 1990, but the 40-year-old is confident improvements can still be made.
"It was an outstanding team performance [against Cardiff]," Rodgers told reporters. "I thought [in the] first half we were exceptional; some of our movement and the fluidity in our game was excellent.
"We controlled the game, scored three and maybe could have had a few more.
"You'll see from January that this is a team that's been on the up really.
"I think what you see now is a set of principles and footballing ideas that we've been implementing over the course of 18 months here and they are coming to fruition.
"Players are enjoying playing and it's a real aggressive, attacking style of football but hard work is the core value within that. It's pleasing and I think we can get better."