Thursday, 17th April, 2014

Luis Suarez has credited Liverpool’s attacking display to manager Brendan Rodgers, who has collected an array of talent that perfectly complement each other's abilities.

Suarez, who has scored 29 goals in 29 league games this season, believes that the Reds' form at the backend of last term signalled their resurgence and that they have taken massive strides this season to challenge for the league title.

"During the second half of last season the team began to work very well and that's continued this year", the Uruguayan told the club’s official site.

The former Ajax man credits Rodgers’ hand in the adding and development of creative players in the squad who complement each other for Liverpool’s resurgence this season.


"There are a lot of creative players in the squad who can produce great passes so that obviously helps us.

“The manager has brought in players who complement each other very well."

Liverpool have scored 93 goals this season in 34 games, the highest number of goals for any team in the Premier League this season.

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