Liverpool striker Luis Suarez appears unable to keep himself out of the headlines. If he's not diving, he's biting someone. If he's not looking to leave the club, he's making deplorable remarks. The one consistent factor that keeps Suarez in the news, however, is his goalscoring.
Four strikes against Norwich on Wednesday night, three of exceptional quality, ensured that Suarez moved to a tally of 13 goals in nine Premier League appearances this season. The Uruguay international has now scored 36 times in his last 42 league outings.
Suarez's demolition of Norwich at Anfield prompted a flurry of tweets waxing lyrical about the former Ajax captain's supreme talents, and among those stunned by his performance was Liverpool target Will Hughes.
Late last month it was reported that Liverpool had won the race to sign Hughes, with Brendan Rodgers prepared to pay £12 million to bring the 18-year-old to Merseyside.
The Liverpool manager has since responded to these claims by insisting no agreement is in place, or bid made, and that it is best that the midfielder remains at Pride Park in order to further his education.