Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers if very happy to have Liverpool leading goalscorer available for selection following his 10-match ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic last season.
Rodgers is expected to start the Uruguayan striker Wednesday night when Liverpool travel to Old Trafford to play Manchester United in the third-round of the Capital One Cup.
“We are all just so happy he is back in,” Rodgers told talkSPORT. “We have been on a great run without him and that is a great credit to the players that have been available but now he comes back we are getting a £50 million, £60m striker into the team, and that is exciting for us.
“We have had a good start, but this is a player that can come in and make a difference for us.”
Rodgers is also keen to move on from the problems Suarez has created earlier telling critics to judge him on how he plays.
“All you can do now is judge him on his performances on the field,” he added. “For the many millions of supporters around the world, the measure and test for Luis is on the field.
“One thing I have learnt about the Liverpool supporters here is that whilst the player wears the shirt, they are behind him.
“I had a guy in here during the week, 85 years of age, telling me about the great traditions of the club. He has been sat on the Kop for many years, hardly missed a game, and he said to me, ‘Brendan, the one thing with Liverpool supporters is, when the boys stick on the shirt, we will back them, but what they have got to show is that commitment.’ You will see that from Suarez because he can’t play any other way.
“His way to say sorry or make any contribution back to the supporters is to play with his heart 100 per cent and score goals and make this team successful, and I’m confident that will happen.”