As the debate grows around the PFA Players' Player of the Year award, former Red Jan Molby has backed Brendan Rodgers' claim that Luis Suarez should scoop the prize.
The recent form of Tottenham winger Gareth Bale and the consistency of Manchester United goal-getter Robin van Persie has seen the Uruguayan's odds lengthen to 40/1 with some bookmakers.
Molby found that decision scarcely understandable and believes the Reds' No.7 is ahead of the Welshman and battling with the Barclays Premier League's top scorer for the honour.
The Dane told the Liverpool Echo: "I find it absolutely amazing that you can get odds of 40/1 on Liverpool striker Luis Suarez to be crowned PFA Players' Player of the Year.
"How is Suarez the outsider in a three-way battle with Robin van Persie and Gareth Bale?
"Bale is the favourite and he has been fantastic for Spurs in recent months but the season started back in August.
"For me, it should be between Suarez and Van Persie, whose goals are firing Manchester United to the title. Van Persie has that ability to find space and pops up in dangerous areas. He just needs a second and his quality takes care of the rest.
"I don't think there's a great deal between the contribution of Suarez and Van Persie this season.
"Suarez has been incredible and he does things the other two aren't capable of."