Luis Suarez is enjoying a fantastic season with Liverpool; scoring goals in each match of the Premier League his performances have been so superb and astonishing that the Uruguayan is being taken into consideration as a captain for the team.

The player that ran through a number of obstacles in the initial stages of his career with Liverpool and was even ordered to train alone at some point of his time with the club is now one of the top candidates to wear the armband of Liverpool.

The main man of Liverpool, Steven Gerrard will be out for the remainder of the year due to a hamstring strain and forcing Brendan Rodgers to consider on who will be next in line to endure it.

There has certainly been a drastic change in the behavior of Suarez who has been playing with a less aggressive temperament as he used to have some time ago and so far has only been booked just 1 time so far in this season, which is a big improvement for a player that was ranked at the 5th spot in a Spanish football website ‘’ El Gol Digital’’ in a list that contained all the world’s dirtiest football players.

Former Ajax coach Marco van Basten criticized Luis Suarez for his abilities to collect yellow cards and the Uruguayan attacker is widely considered to be one of the players that tends to dive more in order to create a favorable position for his club, either that might be a penalty set-piece or free-kick.

The list goes on and on for Suarez and the incidents he has experienced and while it remains true that he has seen a huge improvement both inside and outside of the pitch, but should he even be considered an option for being the captain of Liverpool is the question that now emerges.