Uruguay attacker claims he is slowly mellowing.
Controversial Liverpool front man Luis Suarez says that he aims to improve his on-pitch behaviour next season with the help of his wife, reports Goal.com.
The red-hot Uruguay international has recently been hit with a ten-match ban by The Football Association for biting the upper arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League encounter at Anfield.
And as a result, the 26-year-old has been forced to sit out the Merseyside giants’ remaining four top-flight games of this season,as well as the opening six fixtures of the following campaign, meaning that Suarez will not now be seen in a Liverpool shirt until next September at the very earliest.
But the attacker, who has netted an eye-catching 51 goals in only 96 contests for Brendan Rodgers’s side since joining the club from Ajax in January 2011, says that he will be a reformed character upon his return thanks to the help of his wife.
“My wife has made observations like: ‘You were arguing with the referee and the defenders too much; you didn’t really seem up for it; you might as well have not been on the pitch’,” Suarez told Liverpool’s official magazine.
“I go away, think about it and realise she was right. She said people must go away and think that is what I am like off the pitch, even though I’m usually relaxed and easy-going.
“Having a wife that closely watches the game is good. She knows me better than anyone else and I want her observations to help me play better and be a happier person.”