Luis Suarez could win Player of the Season honours

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Luis Suarez is no stranger to being in the news. Since his arrival at Liverpool from Ajax, he has been in the headlines for reasons ranging from diving and biting to his demands to leave the Reds during this summer's transfer window.

All the negative press from last season meant that Suarez was not successful in winning the Player of the Season award that was eventually given to Tottenham's Gareth Bale.

Suarez was unable to play for Liverpool until late September due to a 10-match ban handed down for a bite on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic in April.

His first Premier League match back in red was away at Sunderland in September and, in typical Suarez style, he scored a brace of goals and guided Liverpool to a 3-1 victory.

Since his Premier League return, Suarez has been in sensational form, netting a total of 13 goals in nine matches.

His most notable performances came against West Bromwich Albion, Fulham and, most recently, Norwich.

In the last game that Liverpool played on Wednesday evening, Brendan Rodgers' men ran out 5-1 victors against the struggling Canaries at Anfield with an unbelievable four sensational goals coming from Suarez.

Surely in form like this, it must only be a matter if time before the bigger teams come in for Suarez, with Real Madrid looking likely suitors for the Uruguayan striker.

If Suarez can avoid the negative press this season, then the well coveted player of the season award may be headed his way.

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