Carragher wrote in the Daily Mail: "If Liverpool do become champions, Luis's role of scoring 30 goals could catapult him into the top five or six players ever to represent Liverpool, placing him alongside legendary figures such as Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard, Graeme Souness, John Barnes and Ian Rush.
"Plenty have done more for Liverpool in terms of winning trophies - Luis currently only has a League Cup medal to show for his three years - but what he could be doing is launching a new period of sustained success.
"Liverpool's greatest teams were in the 1970s and 1980s but, without Bill Shankly building the foundations with pillars such as Ron Yeats, Ian Callaghan and Roger Hunt in the 1960s, the domination that followed would not have been possible.
"That is why being the man who can start the rebirth of Liverpool in terms of winning championships will be a legacy for Suarez that no amount of money or medals will be able to beat."
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