Suarez: I'm staying at Liverpool

The Uruguayan says he is happier now, and following a four-goal display against Norwich on Wednesday, claims he will stay at Anfield until the end of the season
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has claimed he will stay at the club until the end of the season, quashing speculation of a move to Arsenal in January.

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The Uruguayan forward scored four times against Norwich on Wednesday night, taking his tally to 13 goals in nine games since returning to the Reds first team following his ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic last term.

And despite reports heavily linking Suarez with a move away from Anfield this January, the 26-year-old has promised to see out the campaign with Liverpool.

He told Marca: "When I'm happy away from the pitch, I am happy on it. I'm happy to be in the Premier League as it's the best competition in the world. I'm happy here and I will stay.

"Luckily I'm scoring to make up for the games I missed, so I have my confidence back and so I can help the team.

"Winning the Ballon d'Or is impossible for me bearing in mind the current stars. They are at another level. Anyway... I consider it a far away dream."

A fine start from Brendan Rodgers' side has Liverpool in fourth place in the Premier League table, and Suarez also targeted a top-four finish this season.

He added: "It's the main aim for Liverpool to qualify for the  Champions League as we haven’t been in it for a while. I'm going to help the team to reach their goal."