Since his £22.8million move from Ajax in the January transfer window, Luis Suarez has already captured the imagination of the Kop with a series of impressive performances in his first four appearances for Liverpool.
But the 24-year-old Uruguayan international says that his early promise is only a shadow of what is to follow once he has a run of games in King Kenny’s side.
"It is very difficult for me to play one week then have to wait two weeks for the next chance," he proclaimed.
"I am playing one game then there is not another game I can play for a long time, and so it is hard for me to get the right level physically.
"I think it will take some time before the fans get to see the best of me."
With a debut goal and four assists – three of which came in Sunday’s 3-1 demolition of Manchester United and presented strike partner Dirk Kuyt with his first hat trick for the Reds.
Suarez has hit the ground running and quickly convinced the Liverpool faithful that he is a suitable replacement for the departed Fernando Torres.
"It is great for a new player to have the support of the public like I did [against United]. It was fantastic," he beamed.
Suarez’s attempts to show his best form however are being hampered by his stop-start schedule.
His ineligibility to play in the Europa League, twinned with an international break and Liverpool’s absence from the FA Cup means that Anfield fans will get just one more chance to see their new number seven in action before April.
But what is certain is if performances so far are anything to go by, Suarez and Liverpool can look forward to a long and prosperous relationship.