After victory over Tottenham, Rodgers was asked if Suarez's continued brilliance made it difficult to prevent bids coming in for him.
"Everyone is seeing how good he is but he is happy," said the Northern Irishman. "Luis is very happy amongst his mates here and happy with the way of football.
"You saw today, it doesn't matter where he plays, at times he was in the No.10 role, and then when I made the change to get the three midfielders on, he came in off the side and caused havoc.
"He's an outstanding talent, a pleasure to work with, and he knows the trust I have in him, and that gives him the platform to go play and perform."