Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Luis Suarez is "at the happiest point he has been" at the club and is hopeful he will sign a new deal.
"I don't think there's any doubt he feels he's [Suarez has] progressed here as a player," Rodgers said, via Andy Hunter at The Guardian. "At this moment in time I don't think he can be any happier."
Former Liverpool player Dietmar Hamann was apprehensive about a new deal.
"He could sign a new contract now, take the £200,000 a week, the team finishes outside the top four and you have the same shenanigans," Hamann said, via The Telegraph. "I want him to stay but there needs to be clarity. He has got to understand what it means to commit. What must not happen is we have a situation next summer as we had last summer."