Liverpool striker Luis Suarez  has thanked Reds fans for their continued support during a difficult summer and said that Anfield is now his home as he focuses on a Champions League spot for the club.
According to SportsMole.co.uk, Suarez went public with his desire to leave Liverpool  last summer in search of Champions League  football, but the Reds rejected Arsenal's advances and held onto their prized asset.
The Uruguay forward has since returned to form a potent partnership with Daniel Sturridge, declaring that he will continue to give everything for the club to repay their faith, the report said.
He said that when he was separated from the squad, the players told him that they did not like that and wanted him to be with the group, adding that today he feels very supported by his teammates, and appreciates their support.
The 26-year-old has six goals in five Premier League games this season, including a hat-trick in his last Anfield appearance against West Bromwich Albion two weeks ago, the report added. (ANI )