Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard feels attacking pair Luis Suarez and Danny Sturridge has the rest of the Premier League running scared.

After six weeks apart it took the SAS five minutes to spark a riot, both supplying each other with an assist to seal a remarkable 5-3 win at Stoke City.

"Daniel looked sharp when he came on," Gerrard told the Liverpool Echo. "He's worked really hard since he's been out injured.

"Hopefully he can stay fit until the end of the season because with Suarez and Sturridge, we are going to score plenty of goals.

"You've got to think about the Stoke defenders. They're worried about Suarez for 66 minutes and then they see Sturridge getting changed. They must have been thinking: 'Oh my God, here we go'."