Liverpool front-man Luis Suarez had mixed reactions when he pulled the Reds jersey back over him a couple of weeks ago, but the Uruguayan seems to have won back the fans he may have lost last season.

After biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, Suarez was suspended for 10 matches in the last campaign, some of which have carried over to this season. 

But, after all the arguments with Brendan Rodgers, all the things that were said, and the many reactions from fans, the man who received a large contract offer last year is back, and he seems to be back to his old self. 

Suarez has kept his scoring above par, already picking up three goals in his first two matches. Suarez's form brings up questions of Liverpool's structure as well in the coming season- mainly how he and Daniel Sturridge will interact.

It has, however, become obvious that Sturridge and Suarez can work in the same 11, just look at Liverpool's recent results. Top of the table is a beautiful sight to Reds fans across the globe, even if the season is still in its early stages.

Nevertheless, Rodgers has optimism that his striker will do well, praising his work ethic post game against Crystal Palace last weekend.

"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."

Rodgers, by saying this, has embodied the spirit of his club, whose fans are pleased to have their star striker back in red.

Liverpool will be optimistic when they look at their clash with Newcastle next weekend.

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