Coutinho is thrilled to share the same pitch as the exciting duo and is highly positive toward the rest of Liverpool's team, per the club's official website:
It's incredible. As I've said before they're great players. They're always on the move and scoring goals and I'm very happy to play with them.
They make our work moving forward easier because they're always looking for space, and it's easier to pass them the ball.
But it's not just them in the team, there are other great players and I'm very happy to be part of the group. It's an excellent team.
The Brazilian maestro recently made his first start since September for Brendan Rodgers’ side, as reported by Graeme Yorke of the Daily Mail Online.
Having overcome an irritating shoulder injury, the playmaker is expected to significantly aid Suarez and Sturridge’s quest for goals by pulling the strings behind them.
Coutinho’s lack of fitness has forced a stuttered run of appearances this season.
The improving individual has played six games and has yet to score or assist, per WhoScored, but he is likely to provide a creative spark when he puts together a run of games.
The player’s intelligence on the ball, darting agility and vision ensure he is always capable of doing something a little bit different and special, much like the two players he speaks so highly of.
It’s a dream, an absolute dream [to play with them].
I have always played with one top forward through my career here. Now there are two main men and it is great.
I will be honest and say that at the start, I wasn’t sure whether it would work. But it has clicked without much work in training. I’m excited as I think it can get better.
Rodgers' team is currently two points behind Arsenal at the top of the Premier League and recently lost 2-0 to the Gunners during Coutinho's return.
He showed glimpses of what he can do at the Emirates and threatened to carve out numerous opportunities, but Liverpool couldn't recover from goals scored by Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey.
With Coutinho back in the side, Suarez and Sturridge firing on all cylinders and the Reds playing confident football under Rodgers, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the squad mount a significant challenge for a place in the top four.
The team continues to improve, signalling a bright future under the Northern Irish manager.