Lus Suarez claims there's a new-found calmness to his football, reports Sky Sports.
Suarez has been famously hot-headed since joining Liverpool in 2011, but having returned from a 10 game ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic, the Uruguayan striker claims to be more calm on the pitch.
Speaking in his native Uruguay, Suarez said: "I am aware that in recent matches that I played I've been calmer.
"I am very self-critical and I realised that playing well, with more tranquility, is helping me a lot. I realise and I prefer to continue and not be the same as before."
The claims will be music to the ears of Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers, who has stood by his star-man despite his rumoured desire to leave the club in the summer.
Having missed the first five league games of the season, Suarez has returned with a bang, netting three times in two Premier League outings.
Alongside Daniel Sturridge, Suarez looks to have established a lethal partnership that will strike fear into any defence and the duo have netted five goals in just two league games together this season.
Seemingly content to stay on Merseyside for now, Suarez revealed club captain Steven Gerrard played a major part in his decision, he said: "Gerrard, for me, is a legend in Liverpool and a great team-mate that helped me a lot. His attitude was an extra boost for me to take the decision to stay in Liverpool"