Daniel Agger is the Reds icon's regular understudy but has not nailed down a first-team place this season and the manager is "100 per cent" confident in the striker's suitability
The England midfielder is set to be out until the new year with a hamstring injury while his regular understudy, vice-skipper Daniel Agger, is available but not guaranteed to start against Spurs.
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"Daniel Agger is fit," the Northern Irishman told the media. "He didn't train at the start of the week because he was ill but he has been training now and he's available for selection.
"We shall see who will be captain."
Suarez has been in electrifying form for Liverpool this season, scoring 15 goals in 11 appearances since returning from suspension for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic last term, but agitated for a move to Arsenal during the summer.
Despite his controversial moments, though, Rodgers would trust the Uruguayan with the responsibility of being skipper.
"Would Luis be ready? 100 per cent, absolutely," he declared. "We will have to wait and see what my decision is at White Hart Lane. You'll see then."