The Reds dominated Tottenham in terms of shot attempts, but Dalglish could only watch helplessly as strikers Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez missed all of their chances. The single point they earned now leaves them four points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
Although the stalemate placed goalkeeper Pepe Reina at the top of the clean-sheet table with his tenth shut-out, Dalglish admits that his players are not scoring as many goals as he would like.
"It's important not to lose goals but it's equally important to score goals. We create enough chances and have not scored the number of goals we'd have liked. We'll just keep working away." he said to liverpoolfc.tv.
The Scot was pleased with the overall effort displayed by Liverpool against the Spurs, asserting that they would have walked away with the win if they had a bit more luck.
"The performance was excellent," Dalglish stated.
"It's disappointing to come away with only a point but you cannot criticise the players for their effort or the quality of the performance. If we'd just got a kind bounce of the ball around the goalmouth we might have walked away with the three points."
Luis Suarez returned after his ban, coming on as a second-half substitute. The Reds manager expressed his pleasure at having the Uruguayan back as an option.
"He hasn't played since December, so it would have been a bit unfair to throw him in. He's had half an hour - that will do him the world of good." he said.
"Every time Luis gets on the ball you think he's going to do something. We're delighted to get him back."
Liverpool's next match sees the Reds travel to Manchester United for what is sure to be an exciting football spectacle.