After a tough start to 2017, Liverpool showed signs of getting things back on track with a 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea on Tuesday night.
Wijnaldum’s header cancelled out David Luiz’s opener, as Liverpool kept their faint title hopes alive.
Prior to their last game, Jurgen Klopp’s men went through a rut.
But Wijnaldum hopes the Chelsea game can be a turning point in the Reds’ season.
Georginio Wijnaldum insists Liverpool must replicate their display against Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp's men had a rough start to 2017
Liverpool player ratings against Chelsea
Tue, January 31, 2017
Express Sport brings you Liverpool's player ratings from their clash with Chelsea
1 of 11
Simon Mignolet – 7
We saw in January that if you are not sharp, if you don’t play how we used to play, it will cost us points
And he insists this is how the team should continue to play week in, week out.
Reflecting on the display against the Blues, Wijnaldum said: “This is how we have to play.
“You can win, you can lose and you can’t always control how things go in the game, but you can control your performance and we did it well.
“It was good. The last time we performed like this was against Manchester City and we did it in the first half against Southampton at home.
David Luiz opened the scoring against Liverpool
“We played with aggression and passion and that is a good thing to go forward but we must ensure we do it in every game.
“If you do it one game and then not in the next it will cost you points.
“We saw in January that if you are not sharp, if you don’t play how we used to play, it will cost us points.”
Liverpool, who are fourth in the table, travel to face Hull on Saturday (3pm).