Former Liverpool cult hero Luis Suarez left Anfield last summer, but the Barcelona striker is still a big fan of the Reds.
Suarez, who joined Barca in a reported £75m transfer in July 2014, has revealed that he still watches his old side on television whenever possible.
He told the Daily Star: “I watch on TV – I try to watch – all the Liverpool games.
“I think they have really good players.”
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Suarez, who scored 69 Premier League goals in 110 games for Liverpool, has bagged 11 times in his first 23 La Liga matches.
During his time at Anfield, Suarez formed a strong relationship with Reds captain Steven Gerrard.
Gerrard is leaving Liverpool this summer to embark on a new adventure with LA Galaxy in America’s MLS.
Suarez admits Gerrard will be missed.
He added: “For me, I don’t like it when I see, when I hear that Stevie will stop playing because, for me, he is an amazing player.”
Suarez also explained that his own exit from Merseyside was not because he wanted to leave, but because he really wanted to play for Barca.
He explained: “When I was in Liverpool they know my dream was to play for Barcelona, they know that.”