Egyptian goal-machine, Mo Salah, ensured Liverpool maintained their unbeaten run this season when he converted a penalty kick in the 75th minute of Liverpool’s game against Tottenham on Sunday.
Tottenham drew first blood when Harry Kane scored within 48 seconds of kick-off and keeper Paulo Gazzaniga pulled off a number of impressive saves to give Spurs a 1-0 lead at half-time.
Henderson equalised six minutes after the break before Mo Salah thumped the winner from the penalty spot.
“Our mentality has improved. That’s grown over the last few years and the gaffer has changed that so much,” Henderson told Sky Sports.
Liverpool have dropped just two points in the Premier League this season and are unbeaten at home in 45 league games.
“We have faced adversity at times. It’s not always going to go your own way,” Henderson added. “After 48 seconds I was thinking it was my fault because I gave the ball away for their goal. Thankfully I managed to get a goal to make up for it.”