There are few teams in the Barclays Premier League that haven't been on the receiving end of his deadliness in front of goal, but on Saturday Luis Suarez will come up against one of them in the form of West Bromwich Albion.
The Uruguayan has scored against all but six sides currently in the top flight in the 54 times he's fired for the Reds since joining the club from Ajax in January 2011.
However, Suarez insists winning the game is all that will be on his mind as Liverpool aim to overcome a Baggies team who have made a solid start to the campaign under the tutelage of former Anfield first-team coach, Steve Clarke.
"I can sleep very well - it's not important for me" smiled the 26-year-old when asked about not finding the back of the net against West Brom so far. "Winning the game is what is important for me.
"We know West Brom are a good team. They are strong and they have a very good coach. Steve Clarke knows most of the players here. At Anfield, last season we lost [this fixture] but we know when you're strong here at home, we will be in a better position."
Liverpool head into the weekend's fixtures in third place in the Premier League, just two points off table-toppers Arsenal, after losing just once in their opening eight matches.
That one loss came against the odds when Southampton prevailed 1-0 at Anfield last month and Suarez is well aware of the unpredictable nature of this season's top flight.
"We know we have a good chance [of a top-four finish] because this season in the Premier League, you never know what will happen in the games," he said.
"City have lost, United have lost, Chelsea have lost...it's difficult. When we drew the last game against Newcastle, we knew we'd missed a chance because it was against 10 men. But now we are focused on West Bromwich Albion."
Liverpool have deployed a 3-5-2 formation in recent weeks, as opposed to the regular 4-3-3 line-up.
Suarez, though, insists it doesn't impact his approach too much.
"When you play in the squad, you try your best - it's not important which position [I play in]," he said.
"The manager has said we're playing with three defenders because we have really good defenders and it's difficult for his decision. Whether we play with 4-3-3 or 3-5-2, it is the same [for me]."