Kenny Dalglish can't wait for Luis Suarez's return to Liverpool

22 July 2011 12:14
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is looking forward to Luis Suarez's return after his exploits in the Copa America.[LNB]The Anfield favourite hit a double to help Uruguay beat Peru in the semi-final, putting his country on the verge of a record-breaking 15th title in the South American competition.[LNB]Suarez has been in superb form throughout the tournament and leads the way in the scoring charts on three goals, along with Argentina and reported Manchester City target Sergio Aguero.[LNB] Catch me if you can: Luis Suarez scores against Peru[LNB] Dalglish has kept an eye on how his 24-year-old striker has been faring and can't wait to have him back for pre-season training, earmarking Suarez's energy as a key asset to Liverpool ahead of the upcoming campaign.[LNB]Dalgish said: 'We're all absolutely delighted for Luis. He has done really well over there.[LNB]'He's taken his goals well and showed what a big threat he is.[LNB] Deadly duo: Suarez (right) celebrates with Uruguay team-mate Diego Forlan[LNB] 'It's been a fantastic achievement for him to get to the final of the Copa America and he has made a huge contribution to Uruguay's progress.[LNB]'We're looking forward to him winning the final and then coming back to us.[LNB]'Hopefully he will be back with a winners' medal.'[LNB] Red hot favourite: The Liverpool fans have really taken to Suarez[LNB] But even if Uruguay fail to win the final, Dalglish is tipping Suarez to come back in confident mood.[LNB]The Scot added: 'I think, regardless of what happens on Sunday night, Luis will come back to us buzzing.[LNB]'He's very enthusiastic and it will be great to have him back around.'[LNB] Peru 0 Uruguay 2: Villa target Vargas sees red as Liverpool striker Suarez books final spotArgentina 1 Uruguay 1 (aet Uruguay win 5-4 on pens): Tevez penalty miss costs hosts place in semisUruguay 1 Mexico 0: Messi and Co await in last eight after Pereira winnerUruguay 1 Chile 1: Sanchez rescues point as La Roja remain on course to qualify[LNB]

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