The 17-year-old put pen to paper on a deal to keep him at Anfield until 2013 last Friday and has now set his sights on realising his long-term dream of becoming a first-team regular under Roy Hodgson.
In his first full interview since arriving from Cadiz, Suso told Liverpoolfc.tv: "I feel very happy. I want to be here a lot of years. I want to go on and play for Liverpool's first team, playing in every game.
"But if I want to have that I have to work harder and do my very best every day, in every training session."
Regarded as a teenage prodigy in his homeland, Suso resisted the overtures of some of La Liga's finest to join the Reds, identifying the 2005 Champions League final as one of the major factors in his decision.
"I had good offers from them (Barcelona and Real Madrid)," he said.
"I was going to sign for Real Madrid but one day before it the phone rang and Rafael Benitez spoke to me. He convinced me that Liverpool was the club for me and after that I had to change my plans. I was going to come to Liverpool.
"I have always liked the Premier League more than La Liga and I decided that it would be better for me to come here - even with the English weather!
"I remember watching the final of the Champions League in 2005 when Liverpool beat AC Milan. It was an amazing final and after that I really liked the idea of playing for this team."
Stay logged on to .tv to read the full interview with the Spaniard early next week.