Kenny Dalglish has admitted that he is looking forward to being able to unleash a strong attack on the Premier League.
Luis Suarez is now eligible following his eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra, and is set to return against Tottenham at Anfield.
Meanwhile, £35 million man Andy Carroll is now starting to show signs of promise, whilst key man Steven Gerrard has returned to action following his long term injury, and is ready to add class into the Kop’s midfield.
The clash against Spus will now allow Dalglish to play all three big names together and he has spoken of his excitement about the prospect.
“I’ve been told the three of them have only played 60 minutes together,” he said.
“For various reasons I don’t think they’ve had a great deal of time to play together on the pitch, but the West Brom game away in October comes to mind that Luis and Andy did well.
“Luis played Andy in for a goal that day and so we hope to see more of them together. I am happy we’ve got all the strikers fit and available at the moment. Within the team partnerships will develop.”
Also, Dalglish recently celebrated a year in charge following his return to the club. The club booked their places in the Carling Cup final and fifth round of the FA Cup, whilst they have also stepped up in their pursuit for fourth in the league.
“We’re excited with what’s happening here lately and I think everybody can say they have moved the club on a little bit,” he added.
“We’ve made good progress. And I don’t think we need to look so much at the results against the two Manchester clubs to justify it.
“There was progress all along. The squad’s much stronger now than it was last year – which is progress.
“We can’t look back on ifs, buts and maybes in terms of dropped points at home, but we’ve still a lot of football to play.”