Jose Enrique is speaking from experience when he says that sometimes: "You know what Luis Suarez is going to do, but you just can't stop him."
The full-back has been on the receiving end of his fair share of cheeky Suarez nutmegs on the training pitches at Melwood over the past two years.
But despite plenty of practice, Enrique is yet to figure out how to stop the tricky Uruguayan.
And he has drawn an interesting parallel between Suarez's tendency to go for the 'meg and Lionel Messi's nimble ability to cut inside and dart past opponents.
"I tell [Luis] all the time that he always does the same thing - he tries to do nutmegs. It's always 'megs, 'megs, 'megs. And you just know that he is going to do it but you can't stop him," Enrique told Liverpoolfc.com.
"When you know someone, you can know what they are going to do but he's still a very difficult player to train against.
"He scores so many goals in training. It's like with Messi - everyone says he is going to cut inside all the time. And you know that he is going to do this but you can't stop him from cutting inside and scoring goals. With Luis [and nutmegs] it's the same. Of course there are some differences between the two players.
"Luis is a great all-round striker but it's not just about the goals, it's about what he gives to the team - it's about his personality and his attitude.
"He's the same in training as what you see in games. He gives 100 per cent all the time. He never misses training and, touch wood, he has not been injured so far.
"Everyone wants to win - my character is that I don't like to lose at anything - but with Luis, when he loses the ball; he knows exactly how to press again.
"It's amazing, of course, how he scores goals and some of the goals he has scored have been incredible."
Suarez is firmly in the running for the Player of the Year awards which will be handed out to the Barclays Premier League's star performers at the end of the season.
However, competition for the award is stiff and Suarez's two chief contenders, Gareth Bale and Robin van Persie, are both in scintillating form.
Enrique knows scooping the accolade will be a tough ask for his teammate.
"van Persie and Bale are on fire," he said. "van Persie has been a very important player for Manchester United this season and Bale is doing very well - in the last few games, Spurs have won because of Bale's goals.
"But Luis is my friend, so I would like him to win the Player of the Year award.
"Judging the award is really difficult because a lot of the time it depends on where a team is in the league and Tottenham and Manchester United are both in better positions than us. So it will be difficult for him. But, of course, I think he deserves it."
Liverpool have scored 12 goals in their last three games in all competitions and have conceded just once during that period.
However, they will face a stern test on Sunday when Andre Villas-Boas' Tottenham arrive on Merseyside looking for a repeat of their league victory over the Reds back in November 2012.
"I think we are playing well and we must look to continue like this," said Enrique. "But Tottenham are also playing well.
"We made some additions in January, in Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge, and they have given us a lift because they are two good players.
"The aim for us is to try and win as many games as we can. It's going to be really, really difficult to finish fourth but it won't be impossible.
"We have to start with a performance against Tottenham because they are one of the teams fighting for the same thing as us."