The Uruguayan has constantly demonstrated that he can score goals at will both in national and club colours. For Liverpool he has been immense, almost scoring for fun week in and week out. After a tumultous summer transfer window, where Suarez was handed the ignominy of disdain in training with the under 21s and also attracting transfer bids from Arsenal, Bayern Munich. However, Brendan Rodgers managed to keep his star asset in Merseyside and Suarez also penned a new four-and-a-half-year deal, which ties him with the Reds till 2018.
With 22 goals this current EPL campaign, Suarez looks good to score more as the season prolongs. Liverpool would desperately want to keep hold of him and do so, must finish in a Champions League place. Steven Gerrard highly rates him and never misses a chance to praise the Uruguayan and picked him as his third choice for the Ballon D’Or. Suarez might not have won it this year, but who knows he might be lifting the elusive crown come next newyear. If he manages to score as freely as he is doing now and avoid controversies alike the Ivanovic situation, next year could very well be the one for the Uruguayan to lift the coveted prize.