Sturridge relishing Suarez strike partnership at Liverpool
Liverpool: Sturridge enjoying Suarez strike partnership
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Following manager’s Brendan Rodgers comments claiming that Sturridge and Suarez can become one of the greatest strike duos in the Premier League, the England international, who has eight goals in nine appearances for Liverpool this season, has revealed he loves playing with his Uruguayan counterpart.
In their last two games, Liverpool have scored six times and between them, Suarez and Sturridge have scored five of those goals.
"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 told Life and Times.
"It's easier when you've got somebody like Luis, who can help you share the goals out, 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."
Liverpool, currently sitting second in the Premier League, have made a very good start to the season and Sturridge believes Rodgers is the right man to take the club forward.
"It's not intense but there's a strong desire for success and everybody wants to help Liverpool get back to the winning ways that they had in the past and that's up to us," continued Sturridge.
"Everybody wants to have success. It's not about getting by and being content with second or third. It's about having a winning mentality and that's something the manager's instilled in us now, where everybody's got that feeling to want to win every game."