The Uruguayan, who has scored six in five Premier League games, is hopeful that the Reds can maintain their strong start to the season and claim Champions League qualificationLiverpool striker Luis Suarez has sounded a warning to his side's top-four rivals, telling them that the "best is yet to come" from Brendan Rodgers's charges.
The Reds sit third in the Premier League despite Saturday's 2-0 loss to leaders Arsenal, with the Uruguayan's form helping to establish the Anfield outfit out as credible contenders for a Champions League qualification spot.
Since returning from a lengthy ban, imposed following the striker's bite on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic in April, Suarez has scored six goals in five top-flight appearances, yet he feels that he and his team-mates can do even better.
"We're doing well right now but we need to carry on that form into the Christmas period," the 26-year-old forward told Match.
"I think our best is yet to come, which hopefully means well for the end of the season and our chances of making next season's Champions League. That's one of our aims.
"It's good to be playing well and contributing with goals but the most important thing is getting three points every week. I wouldn't be scoring without the help of my team-mates, so thanks to them."
After welcoming Fulham to Anfield on Saturday, Liverpool face a trip to Goodison Park to take on rivals Everton following the international break.