Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has revealed he is delighted to see the club progressing under manager Brendan Rodgers.
The Uruguay international has contributed 29 goals this season for the Reds and is the Premier League's top scorer with 22.
"I'm having a nice time because the club is growing and I feel I'm helping personally," he told Uruguay newspaper El Observador.
"I do not know if I'm in the best form but I feel like it's my fate to score and I have to take advantage."
Despite a disappointing 3-1 loss at Southampton on Saturday, the Reds fans have seen a resurgence after a poor start to the season.
Suarez, tipped by Steven Gerrard for player of the year, is currently back in Uruguay preparing for two must win World Cup qualifiers against Paraguay and Chile.
With their qualification in serious jeopardy, the Uruguayan knows how crucial these games will be if they want to reach the 2014 World Cup.
He added: "The two games ahead are complicated but we must be aware that they are the last chances we have left."
Liverpool will be hoping that Suarez doesn't pick up any injuries whilst away ahead of a trip to Aston Villa next week.