The Dutchman insists finishing as high up the table as possible is still important to the Reds and reveals that changes will be made at the club ahead of next season
The Reds are currently in eighth place in the table just one point behind their Merseyside rivals Everton after an inconsistent league campaign.
However, the club are still 12 points away from equalling last season’s total of 58 points and Kuyt wants a flawless end to the season, beginning at the weekend when the Reds welcome Roy Hodgson, and West Brom, to Anfield.
"We want to win every game that we have left in the league. That's still really important for us," he told LFC Magazine.
"We want to finish as well as we possibly can and if we can do that, we can take the momentum into next season.
"Sometimes we've been really close to winning games and we have felt that we've deserved to win them. But you can't feel sorry for yourselves. At the end of the day you have to look forward and I think the way we played against Blackburn showed that we weren't feeling sorry for ourselves."
The striker accepts that the club have slightly under-achieved in the league this season but insists the club can only look to the future now.
"We can't look back. We want to change things and we will be doing our best to try and do that. We will be more satisfied if we can win as many of our remaining games as possible and have a strong run-in and a strong finish," he continued.
"That is our target. We are playing for Liverpool Football Club and when you are doing that you have to win every game."