LONDON - Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has heralded Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers for finding the perfect tactical system for him during the two years they worked together at Anfield. Rodgers introduced a slick, passing style following his arrival from Swansea City in 2012 and Suarez was one of the chief beneficiaries, scoring 61 goals during his last two seasons on Merseyside. The Uruguay international left Liverpool for Barcelona during the close season after being pilloried for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup, but he says that he will always owe Rodgers a debt of gratitude. "There was a moment during the first real, in-depth conversation that I had with Brendan Rodgers when I looked at him and it hit me: 'He's right,'" said Suarez, in an extract from his new autobiography.