For his team he is a match-winner, one of the few they possess. With a quick shift of acceleration, driving for a gap the defender never even knew was there, Suarez can turn just another normal moment in a game to one of danger and a chance for his team to score.
His teammates rely on him, the manager relies on him and the fans just can't get enough of him.
With 10 league goals to his name already this season—and a few more in the cups—he is still improving and has yet to peak, which defenders must find a fearsome prospect.
Signature Suarez moves are what make games worth going to for some supporters: That determination to get around the centre-back on the goal line and stride towards the near post, the refusal to believe that with the ball at his feet he could do anything but take on the last three or four players and score and of course the ceaseless, mortifying nutmegs for the defenders to take.
So is all well and good for Suarez? Can he be left alone to work his wonders and magic and win games for Liverpool time after time?
Of course not.
Like any other player, he has his flaws and his faults. He has parts of his game he needs to improve and some that he may never master.
Here are the three biggest faults with the Uruguayan's game right now.