The Uruguayan has attracted as much criticism as praise during his controversial time in England but is adamant he is a nice person away from the football pitchLiverpool star Luis Suarez insists he is more of "an angel than a demon" despite the series of controversies that have blighted his career.
Suarez has attracted as much criticism as praise during his time in England as a result of his racism row with Patrice Evra and biting of Branislav Ivanovic.
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And despite his past indiscretions, Suarez is adamant he is a nice person away from the football pitch.
"I think I'm more an angel than a demon," he told Telefoot. "I'm very shy in life."
Suarez also insisted he makes an effort to adjust to the country in which he plays, hinting he might one day consider a move to France when questioned about Paris Saint-Germain.
"I always try to learn the culture and language of the country where I play," he added. "I did it in Netherlands and now I speak English.
"So if I play abroad in the future, I'll learn the langage and I'll learn French if I play in France."
But despite this, the 27-year-old remains clear on what he wants to achieve with Liverpool.
"My main objective is to play in the Champions League with Liverpool," he revealed. "Playing a Champions League game at Anfield would be awesome."