Reina added: “I have to prove every day to myself, not to anyone in particular. I want to achieve my best and give my best to the team.
“I am happy with that and I will try to encourage myself in that way. I want to be a better keeper and that is what I am aiming to.
“Brad was excellent. He was very composed and I was happy for him.”
In-demand Luis Suarez netted twice for Liverpool with Jose Enrique scoring his first goal for the club as Rodgers’s men moved nearer the top half of the table.
“Suarez is on fire,” said Reina. “He looks like he is scoring every game. He will attract the interest of many clubs. That is only normal.
“But he says he is quite happy at Liverpool and that is the most important thing for us and the supporters. He is a top class striker. He is a Liverpool striker.”
Meanwhile, Raheem Sterling has sent his prayers to Ben Watson after the collision Wigan fear could rule the midfielder out for the majority of the season.
Watson suffered a broken leg after crashing into Sterling as the pair competed for a header during the first half on Saturday.
And writing on Twitter, Sterling said: “To Ben Watson I didn't realise it was serious as that. I'll be praying for a speedy recovery mate. I'll have you in my prayers every day.”
Sterling was absolved of any blame by Wigan manager Roberto Martinez, who said: “Both were looking at the ball – it's a real accident. It's a nasty collision.
“Ben has a fracture and we are going to assess him because maybe he will require surgery. We will see what the extent of the breakage is and what treatment he needs.”