Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has today praised Luis Suarez's apparent reform in attitude since his return to action after a 10-match ban.
The controversial striker returned to the field for the first time since April, after serving his ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.
Since, Suarez has featured in two league games, netting three goals, with the help of man-of-the-moment Daniel Sturridge.
Their new partnership had made headlines this week after impressing fans and critics alike in Liverpool's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace and Sunderland the previous week by the same score.
Suarez has been noticeably calmer on the pitch since his return, and the Uruguayan told his national media that his recent relaxed attitude is down to a realisation that he 'prefers to play with tranquility'.
The Red's headed into the international break behind current leaders Arsenal - on goal difference only, and Suarez's recent reform is exactly what manager Rodgers wants to see.
He told liverpoolfc.com: "With Luis, he demands the best from himself and his team-mates at all times, and we saw that against Crystal Palace, even right at the end when the game was won.
"You see his work-rate and his demand for a better ball into the box, and that's what we want.
"There was a moment in the first half where he chased back on the left and won the ball, too.
"There is no doubting his commitment and there is no doubting he will always have that desire at all times.
"That attitude from Luis to demand the best is exactly what we want.
"We can't accept just winning and say it's all right."
Liverpool's next Premier League clash sees them take on Newcastle next Saturday (19th October.)
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