Although both players have fairly different approaches to the game, the Englishman believes that he and Suarez are complimentary, and believes they can start to form a potent partnership.
"Luis is a great player who works so hard for the team and it's nice to have him up top with me," Carroll said to his club's official website.
"Luis drops off, gets the ball into his feet, can dribble with it and slip people in. We just try to stretch defenders and try to make the pitch as big as possible.
"I thought it was a good move for my goal. Luis put me in and I had time to take a touch and slip it past the 'keeper. It was great to score again - there's no better feeling really.
"Luis makes it easy playing alongside him. I think we played well together and hopefully that will carry on.
"I couldn't name a better player in the Premier League than Luis. He's fantastic to have in the squad. He makes chances and scores goals himself so he's a great all-round player and he showed that again."
The England star also revealed his thoughts at failing to secure a regular first-team spot under Kenny Dalglish.
"I've been disappointed to be sat on the bench," he said. "But when you are left out it just makes you work harder the next day in training to get your place back.
"We have a big squad, players come and go every week. It was a different XI at West Brom compared to the previous week and the week before that. Everyone is fighting hard in training for a place.
"I've been working hard every day to get my fitness up and to try to get a place in the team and I think I earned it.
"I thought I played well against Stoke and again on Saturday - to get a goal made it even better. We will have to see what happens next weekend. I want to get my name in the starting XI every week."
Carroll also gave his thoughts on the win over West Brom, and believes that it is a sign of things to come.
"It was a good game to be involved and I thought all the lads played well," Carroll said.
"We showed what we can do. We passed it around well and deserved the three points.
"It was tough not having Stevie or Carra in the squad. They are great players and we need them in the team once they've got over their little niggles.
"But we have fantastic players that can come in. The game showed we've got lads who can step in when needed and do a job", he concluded.