Jamie Carragher has paid tribute to the 'fantastic' ability of Luis Suarez and insisted he would not swap him for any striker in the world.
The Uruguayan has been a revelation since joining Liverpool, proving himself to be a hit with both fans and teammates alike.
Carragher has been delighted by the No.7's overall impact and reckons he has shown just how good he is; day in, day out at Melwood.
Carragher said: "Sometimes you think you are signing a great player and you have different opinions about them.
"But it is only when you train with them every day that you know their strengths and weaknesses. I know there are great players in the league; Aguero has started well, so has Rooney, but I can honestly say I wouldn't swap him for anyone. I think he is fantastic."
Liverpool head into the international break sitting in fifth place after taking 13 points from seven matches.
Carragher remains clear on the club's overall objective this season but feels it is too early to have definitive targets.
He said: "At the start of the season you have the idea of winning the league but in the last few years we've finished sixth and seventh.
"For us to get into the top four we'll be pleased with that this season. But if it gets to Christmas and we are only three points behind Manchester United or Manchester City, we are going to say we want to win the league.
"I always change my opinion of what I want us to do, considering where we are. At this moment people are saying we are in a race with Spurs and Arsenal because we are a little bit away from City and Manchester United.
"But if we can catch them up over the next month or so (who knows). We play Manchester United next, so if we can get three points there, and then against City and Chelsea - you can change your opinion."
A league title remains the one winners medal on Carragher's to-do list.
He admits he would love to help the Reds top the Barclays Premier League at some point in the future but insists he would not swap the 2005 Champions League success for anything.
"I think the European Cup is the biggest thing you can win as a club player," he said. "It was a special European Cup final. It was something people will remember for a long time. I certainly wouldn't swap that."