Luis Suarez is thrilled with Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season and has attributed the club's impressive performances to their team spirit.
The Uruguayan's comments come after he was awarded the club's player of the month award after scoring against Sunderland, Exeter City and Arsenal.
It's the third time Suarez has picked up the award since his move to Liverpool in January, however, similar to his demeanour on the pitch, the forward was keen to be unselfish and dedicate the award to his teammates.
"I am very happy because I think the team has started really well, and that is what we all wanted," he said. "We are only three games in, but we will be trying to continue in the same vein.
"The important thing for me is that the whole team is happy. It's just not about one player doing it on his own.
"I am happy when the team is winning and playing well. Whether I'm playing or not is something for the manager to think about, but it's true he also has to know when to rotate the squad a little on occasions."
The new season as seen Liverpool play with a renewed sense of freedom, and Suarez adds that he's delighted with the current style of play adopted by Kenny Dalglish's side.
"But I like the style of play and tactics we've adopted in recent games, so I'm very happy," he added.
"I think team spirit is very important. If we don't all get on with each other off the field then it becomes very difficult to achieve your targets on it.
"All of the new lads that have come in are helping us greatly, while at the same time getting on well with the rest of the squad. That's important, not only for the whole team but for the fans as well."