The Uruguay international produced another scintillating performance in the
3-0 win over Wigan,
scoring twice and having a hand in another goal as Liverpool
recorded only their fourth home win of 2012.
Suarez is now the Premier
League's top scorer with 10 goals in 12 matches and while Liverpool
still rely heavily on him for their attacking impetus, a seven-match
unbeaten run has them heading in the right direction.
Brendan Rodgers' side are now only four points behind perennial Champions
League qualifiers Arsenal, in sixth, and eight behind surprise
package West Brom, currently occupying fourth place.
"Teams are dropping points all over the place," said Carragher.
"We look at it as if we haven't had a great start to the season but winning
yesterday we're not too far of the top four, which is where we want to be.