Liverpool are into the top half of the table for the first this season after a 3-2 win away to West Ham.
Former Hammers Glen Johnson scored the opening goal in superb style from long range.
But another West Ham academy graduate scored next - but for the home side.
Mark Noble converted a penalty for West Ham to make it 1-1 and the Hammers went in ahead at half-time courtesy of a Steven Gerrard own goal.
But former West Ham man Joe Cole came off the bench to slot home a Raheem Sterling through ball against his former club - and also decided not to celebrate.
And it was his current club who got the winner as James Collins scored an own goal to give Liverpool all three points 10 minutes from time.