The legendary Uruguayan returns to Merseyside to catch up with his old friends.
He might be winning every club competition possible these days and scoring an obscene amount of goals in the process, but Luis Suarez, it seems, is never too busy to drop in and visit his old Liverpool mates.
The Barcelona marksman made a surprise return to the club's Melwood training ground today and spent the morning watching his former team-mates being put through their paces.
Mamadou Sakho broke the news of his brief return via Snapchat, which was met with a combination of delight and heartbreak from Liverpool fans, who have retained a huge affinity for him since his big-money departure in 2014.
The respect is mutual, with Suarez previously claiming that he would never play for another English club after netting 82 times in 133 appearances for the Reds, whom he joined from Ajax a little over five years ago.
At the moment, he is one-third of perhaps the most formidable triumvirate in football history by virtue of his partnership with Lionel Messi and Neymar, with the trio scoring an astonishing 100 goals between them this season.
Suarez himself has 42 of those as the Catalans remain on course to replicate their treble-winning season last term.