Luis SuÃ¡rez eager to raise his game at Liverpool
Luis SuÃ¡rez is desperate to keep on improving, and claims Liverpool can beat anyone in their current form
Liverpool forward Luis SuÃ¡rez insists there is still more to come from him this season.
The 24-year-old Uruguay international has already hit five goals this term and has consistently been one of the Reds’ top performers since arriving from Ajax in January.
But he said: “I think I can still keep improving and offer that little bit more. I am happy at how the team is playing as a whole but I’d love to be able to provide that bit extra for the team.”
Liverpool, who are fifth in the table and eight points behind early pace-setters Manchester City, take on Norwich at Anfield on Saturday – and SuÃ¡rez is confident Kenny Dalglish’s side can secure a win.
“I hope we can get back to winning ways against Norwich,” he continued. “It’s an important match in front of our own fans so let’s hope we can grab all three points and put a smile on everyone’s face.”
SuÃ¡rez feels Dalglish’s side possess enough quality to sweep aside any opposition, especially following their recent run of good form.
“We’re certainly capable of beating anyone,” added the Copa América winner. “The team is in good form and feeling very confident.”
Meanwhile, Red boss Dalglish has defended SuÃ¡rez following allegations of racist abuse by Manchester United defender Patrice Evra during last Saturday’s Premier League clash at Anfield.
“The only thing I will say ““ and then that is it put to bed ““ is that everyone at the football club is totally and utterly fully behind Luis SuÃ¡rez,” said the Liverpool manager.
“There was an allegation after the game about him diving all over the place and there was an allegation from Patrice Evra.
“Obviously the two things are quite emotive but we fully support the wee man on both things. Everyone at the football club does.
“At the start of the week the club made their position known and apart from what I have said we won’t be adding to it. We fully look forward to a complete, transparent report from the FA and we will co-operate 100 per cent with it.”