Luis Suarez believes Liverpool will challenge for titles in the coming years, after Kenny Dalglish yesterday signed as permanent manager for the history rich club.
"I have been very happy with how I have settled in the Premier League," Suarez said.
"We had a good win on Monday night against Fulham and the team played well.
"Working with Kenny Dalglish has been brilliant because he is a great manager who has won titles before as a player and a coach with the club.
"With him as our manager next year, I am sure we will be challenging for the league once again."
Liverpool have boasted their best form in the last 18 months since Dalglish took over as caretaker manager in January, and a permanent contract for the ex-Liverpool star looked all but a done deal.
Yesterday, Liverpool owner John W Henry reportedly flew into Merseyside with chairman Tom Werner to finalise the deal.
Suarez was one of Dalglish’s first signings as caretaker Liverpool manager in the January transfer window, along with starlet striker Andy Carroll.
Both have impressed so far for the Anfield club, and have shown potential to star in the league next season.