Luis Suarez has yet to reach his full potential and will become even more clinical during the next three years, according to former Reds striker Kevin Keegan.
The Uruguayan has struck 18 times in all competitions for Liverpool during the current campaign, and found the target on 39 occasions in total since arriving at Anfield two years ago.
But Keegan expects the No.7 to hone his finishing further in the seasons to come.
"Most players peak at 27 and what he will learn in the next three years is the art of goalscoring and he will become more clinical," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"Suarez is still only 25, two years younger than when Kenny Dalglish joined the club.
"And so, to put it in football parlance, Suarez has not reached his peak yet. Both myself and Kenny left Liverpool as better goalscorers."
But it's not just the quantity of Suarez's goals which have impressed Keegan - the 61-year-old also appreciates the forward's seemingly endless thirst for playing time.
"To me, he looks like the sort of player who would play the same way on a park in West Derby Village as he does at Anfield," he continued.
"What you see is what you get with Suarez. He puts in 100 per cent effort every time, is a player of total commitment and looks to have a good football brain on him.
"Luis has played three years of total football as well.
"As well as his club football, he has been involved in the Copa America, the World Cup and the Olympic Games. Thankfully he has escaped injury and the only time he has faced an extended spell on the sidelines has been when he was banned."