Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has managed to transform himself into one of the best players in the world over the last few months. He has managed almost a goal per game in this season which looks like rewarding him with the league title at the end of the campaign. After being considered as rank outsiders for even the top four places, Liverpool are looking like worthy title contenders this campaign with only 10 matches remaining. Suarez has been a major reason for this massive improvement within Liverpool, as he has scored 24 goals in the league alone.

The Uruguayan striker, who was heavily linked with a move away from the club in the summer, says that the huge appetite for scoring goals and winning has been the main reason towards his impressive form. The 26-year-old recently signed a new five-year contract that made him one of the best paid players in the world earning around £ 220,000 per week. He was subjected to a £ 40 million offer from Arsenal in the summer, but Liverpool refused to sell him. He has formed a deadly partnership with Daniel Sturridge, which was not given a lot of time to develop since the England international joined the club only last January.

The formation has yielded more than 60% of Liverpool’s goals this campaign.

“I’m 27, at my peak and feel very happy within the club because I’m part of the best football in the world: the Premier League. I’m enjoying every game I play and my family life here, which is very important. I like winning; I hate losing. I’m one of the best players in the world, so having the opportunity to win everything – and losing only occasionally – is what drives me. I’m ambitious. I want to win and won’t stop until I score one, two or more goals,” said Suarez.