Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge is enjoying his blossoming partnership with Luis Suarez.
Sturridge says he gets on well with the notorious Uruguayan both on and off the field and the Reds are reaping the benefits.
Tied at the top of the table at the international break, Liverpool have been propelled forwards by their dynamic strike duo and Sturridge thinks there’s far more to come.
"He's a nice guy and we have great chemistry on the field and we get on well off it, so it's good," Sturridge said of Suarez in Life and Times.
"It's easier when you've got somebody like Luis, who can help you share the goals and we've also got the likes of Steven Gerrard and Victor Moses who can pitch in.
"So there are goals throughout the team. Hopefully we can continue with the form we've got at the moment."
Meanwhile, the Reds have again reiterated that they have “no plans to sell Suarez.”
The club vetoed the striker’s desired exit at the beginning of the season, but the Sunday Mirror claims that Suarez “has confided in friends that he remains determined to leave.”
Rumours persist that Liverpool could relent and sell Suarez to Real Madrid in January, if the Spanish giants stump up enough cash.
However, BT Sport claims an Anfield ‘insider’ says the Reds are adamant that Suarez stays to see out the contract he signed.
"There could be no new contractual arrangement with Suarez once the season got underway and he was in dispute with the club, trying to push through a move,” the insider said.
"However, that has all changed now and the club have made it clear that Suarez has three years left on his contract -- well, just under now -- and to be fair to the player he has shown his commitment on the field.
"What happens next largely depends on the club and player sitting down to discuss his future in the summer when he has two years remaining on his contract, and it is traditional at that stage for clubs and players to want to renegotiate contracts.
"We shall all see how it unfolds in the summer when those talks take place. In the meantime, the manager has stated that Suarez will be treated the same as every other player under contract."