The Reds have hit eight goals in their last two home games, beating Newcastle 3-1 in the league followed by a 5-1 thumping of Oldham in the FA Cup.
Looking ahead of the clash against Stoke, Dalglish admits his side are finally finding their scoring boots.
"The last two games (at home) we've won by three and five, so that is rewarding for us, and probably both those performances were worse than the ones we got draws in," he told the club's official website.
"As somebody once said, it's a funny old game!"
Dalglish's side will be in confident mood heading into Saturday's clash after a morale boosting 1-0 win against Manchester City in the first-leg of their FA Cup semi-final tie at the Etihad Stadium.
And the Scot hopes the same unity and determination will be on display against Tony Pulis' side.
"Everybody sacrificed themselves for the team," he said. "The way they went about their work was fantastic - everybody that played in the game came under the same banner.
"We're not going to sit here every week and go through individuals, the same individuals, and try to be original and come up with a story. What we've said about all of our players individually still stands."
Liverpool are currently sixth in the Barclays Premier League while Stoke lie eighth, five points behind the Reds.