Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez says Anfield's passionate and vociferous support has helped Liverpool. Reuters

Luis Suarez believes Liverpool can win the Premier League title with the help of their exceptional supporters hailing them as their 12<sup>th man.

The Reds are on top of the league table having accumulated74 points from 33 matches leading second-placed Chelsea by two points.

Manchester City are third with 70 points but have played two matches less than teams above. Liverpool welcome Manuel Pellegrini's side to Anfield for their upcoming league fixture this Sunday and also host the Blues before the turn of the month.

Brendan Rodgers' side have not lost a single league game in this calendar year and have a chance of being crowned champions if they win all their remaining five fixtures.

But Suarez insists that the credit for Liverpool's current form goes to the supporters who make the atmosphere favourable for the players to further improve their performances.

"The fans are the 12th man. The atmosphere at Anfield is amazing and when you go out onto the pitch and see that support, it's unbelievable. When the supporters are excited, we are excited as well," Suarez told Liverpool's official website.

"With this support every game, it's like we can't lose here at home. They are so strong for us but even if we lose a game or play badly, they'll continue to help us. For the team and the players, that's unbelievable. We will try to make sure they enjoy the game.

"In the Premier League, we have two really good teams with ambitions of winning the league - Manchester City and Chelsea. But now we know we have a really good chance, especially if we win the game on Sunday," he added.

The Merseyside club are on a winning run of nine matches and Suarez is one of Liverpool's key performers this season, storming ahead as the league's top scorer with 29 goals.

The 27-year-old Uruguayan international remains focussed on their next fixture hoping to help his team secure three points against Manuel Pellegrini's side.

"This has been the best year for me; for my performance, for myself, for my life. But I don't want to think about what we [the team] might be doing at the end of the season, we must focus on the next game," the striker concluded.