Luis Suarez has certainly made an impact on the Liverpool faithful since he joined the club from Ajax on deadline day in January 2011. The twenty-five year old Uruguayan forward is the latest player to wear Liverpool’s famous number seven shirt and certainly hasn’t disappointed – he has made twenty seven appearances and scored eleven goals. He was also the first major signing under Kenny Dalglish’s stewardship and made his first appearance as a substitute in a 2-0 victory over Stoke on February 2. In this game, it took the striker only sixteen minutes to score a goal in front of the Kop, and in doing so, endeared himself to many of the club’s fans. Despite his young years however, he has already made it big on the world footballing stage, and not only gained a reputation as one of the deadliest marksmen in Europe during his time at Ajax, but also helped his country to achieve bigger and better things in European competitions too. Already a huge star in his native Uruguay, it was his great performances for Ajax and his lethal link up play with fellow countrymen Diego Forlan whilst playing for his country, that alerted clubs to his potential. Liverpool now have a star in their midst and are not only reaping the rewards of his goalscoring potential but his attack minded play too. He also helped Uruguay win a record 15th Copa America title in July 2011 and was voted player of the tournament too.