Luis Suarez: 'I must improve my attitude'

Luis Suarez
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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez admits that he would like to improve his attitude on the pitch.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted that he realises that there are things that he needs to correct to become a better player.

The Uruguay international has been frequently surrounded by controversy during his football career, and at the age of 25, he has acknowledged that he would like to improve his attitude on the pitch.

Suarez told El Pais: "As the years go by, you realise what you have to correct. I'm 25 and there are things I must improve, like my attitude on the pitch.

"But that is how I have played since I was a kid. I try to correct it but there are times when my anxiety makes me play that way.

"Everyone knows I gesture a lot, talk and protest, but these are things that I must improve on."

Suarez was speaking ahead of Uruguay's World Cup qualifier against Argentina.

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