The Northern Irishman believes the previously wantaway Uruguayan striker has acknowledged his recent wrong-doings and is now firmly committed to the Merseyside clubLiverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he has become a better manager as a result of dealing with the Reds' controversial striker Luis Suarez.
The Uruguay international incurred a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic last season, before angling for a move away from Anfield throughout the summer.
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“Seventeen months on, I’m a much better manager for that experience,” the former Swansea boss told ESPNFC.com.
“Some of the things Suarez has done, he knows were wrong. Some of them have been really testing situations as a manager. There’ve been some challenging moments.
“There’s no club bigger than Liverpool. Luis now respects that decision because he’s very happy here, and improving all the time.”
Despite missing the first five games of the season through suspension, Suarez has netted eight times and is the Premier League's joint-leading scorer alongside team-mate Daniel Sturridge and Manchester City's Sergio Aguero.