Liverpool striker looking for calm after Norwich win

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is keeping his feet on the ground after the Reds edged closer to winning the Premier League with a 3-2 away win over Norwich last night.

Brendan Rodger’s side are five points ahead at the top of the table and only have three games remaining.

Raheem Sterling scored a brace as well as setting up Luis Suarez for the team’s third, and the Uruguayan has mentioned that they need to focus on their next game with second-placed Chelsea.

“We are happy because we got three points, which are very important for us,” he told Sky Sports.

“We worked really hard today. Playing against Norwich is very difficult as they are fighting against relegation.

“In football you never know what is going to happen. I think we have to keep calm and focus on the next game against Chelsea. It is important.

“At the start of the season we targeted finishing in the top four and now I think it is done.”

Suarez’s goal last night marked his 30th league goal this season – the first Liverpool player since Ian Rush back in 1987 to do so – and the first person to reach this mark in Europe’s top five leagues this year.

But the former Ajax forward insists that his team winning is more important than his personal accolades.

“It is important for me but my target is to help the team every time I play,” he said. “We are at the top now and we should enjoy this moment.”