Liverpool ace Suarez not bothered by lack of goals against West Brom

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez isn't bothered by his lack of goals against West Bromwich Albion.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez isn't bothered by his lack of goals against West Bromwich Albion.

Suarez insists winning the game is all that will be on his mind as Liverpool aim to overcome a Baggies team who have made a solid start to the campaign under the tutelage of former Anfield first-team coach, Steve Clarke.

"I can sleep very well - it's not important for me" smiled the 26-year-old when asked about not finding the back of the net against West Brom so far. "Winning the game is what is important for me.

"We know West Brom are a good team. They are strong and they have a very good coach. Steve Clarke knows most of the players here. At Anfield, last season we lost [this fixture] but we know when you're strong here at home, we will be in a better position."

 
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