Former Reds striker admits that he was apprehensive about the Uruguayan when he first joined the club, but now feels that both he and the ex-Newcastle man will be a potent threatLiverpool legend Robbie Fowler believes that the pairing of Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez up front will cause problems for every defence next season.
The Reds bought both strikers during the January transfer window, with the Uruguayan arriving from Ajax and the England international joining for £35 million from Newcastle United.
Both players have made their presence felt at the club, but the former Merseyside hero believes supporters will not see the best of the partnership until next season.
"They've played a few games together and so far it looks very good," Fowler told LFC TV.
"I think eventually when they're both firing on all cylinders they'll be a handful for every defence in the Premier League."
Fowler also admitted that he was initially unsure if bringing in Suarez was the right move for Liverpool.
"Luis Suarez looks a fantastic player - I don't really know what else to add to that," said Fowler. "I was a bit tentative when he first came because obviously his record in Holland was very good but there have been players who've come from Holland in the past and not set the Premier League alight.
"But I was happy with his performances straight away and he looks like he's going to be a very good player for Liverpool.
"Andy Carroll cost a lot of money but that's no slight on him. It's not his fault and if you want the best players you've got to pay a little bit of money. His record this season in the Premier League has been fantastic.
"He obviously came to Liverpool and was injured for a large portion of the time but since he's been playing he looks a real handful."