Pay per Head: Lucas warns that Suarez can become even better

Lucas LeivaLucas Leiva, Liverpool midfielder, warned that Luis Suarez can get even better for the rest of the Premier League, and pay per head services believe that he could very well be right.

The Uruguay international who’s a huge favourite with pay per head services around the world was in unstoppable form since he returned from suspension, as in only 12 league appearances he scored 19 goals and helped lift the Reds to the top of the table for Christmas.

Pay per head services were very impressed when they saw that in December, Suarez set a new record in the Premier League when he turned into the first player to score 10 times in a calendar month since the inception of the division in 1992.

The strikes came in only four games, and price per head services saw that the 26-year-old was apparently very happy with the added responsibility of being Liverpool’s captain in the absence of an injured Steven Gerrard.

Gerrard said that in his current form Suarez was “the best player in the world” after watching him score twice in Liverpool’s 5-0 defeat of Tottenham on December 15, while Lucas feels that his team-mate turned into the English top flight’s leading star.

However, even though Lucas believes that the striker can already be mentioned in the same tone as the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, he also feels that there is more to come from Suarez, and pay per head services also believe that the player can become even better on the pitch.

“Suarez has done very well,” he told Perform.

“After being suspended for the first five games of the season, in 12 games he has scored 19 goals if I am not wrong.

“(This) is at the level of Ronaldo and Messi … I believe he is now among the top five in the world for everything he has done this season.

“He is a player who improves every day. He had some problems in the past but he learned and now he is much quieter, without losing that aggressiveness on the field.

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“That’s good, because he can play even better.”