The Uruguayan has made a massive impact in the handful of games he's played since signing for the Reds in January, scoring twice and providing a series of magical moments.
Proof of his instant adaptation to English football can be heard each time the Kop bellows its choral tribute to the tune of 'Just Can't Get Enough' by Depeche Mode.
"The only part of the song I can recognise is my name," he laughed as he spoke exclusively to LFC Weekly. "I think the fans at this club play a major role, bigger than at some other clubs.
"Although I might not understand what exactly they are singing, I know my name is mentioned. That's important to me.
"I've only been here a month-and-a-half and it's good to see the fans are happy. I came here to work hard for the team and to do my absolute best. If they are singing my name maybe it shows I'm doing my job well.
"But there are a lot of games and there is a lot of time to go before I am a real hero. It's too early for that."
The skills Suarez has displayed in his short time in England first came to the surface back home in Uruguay, where he'd play football with his older brothers and friends in the street or on any patch of land they could find.
"The games were tough, especially because I was eight or nine years old and playing against my brother Paolo's friends. They were 14 or 15, almost men. I was smaller and everyone got stuck in, but nobody went out to deliberately hurt someone else. If someone made a challenge that was too strong they would apologise."
So, does footballing talent run in the family?
"I'm not joking when I tell you I am the worst of all of us," our Suarez reveals.
"The best among us brothers works in a bakery business for a living. He plays regularly for fun. He's more skilful and gifted than the rest of us."
The full Luis Suarez interview and exclusive photos are in this week's LFC Weekly.