Suarez scored three goals and generally tormented the Norwich defence in their game on Saturday.
It was a markedly improved performance as compared to how he fared in other games in recent weeks as he dribbled effortlessly past the challenges by Norwich players and his shots were more often on target than not.
"It was very special to get my first hat-trick for Liverpool but more important that the team won," Suarez told liverpoolfc.tv.
"It was a nice feeling to celebrate with the Liverpool fans and the team played very well.
The Uruguayan was grateful to Steven Gerrard for releasing a pass towards him for his first goal. He believes the goal gave him the confidence to try and score more goals in the rest of the game. The two have struck up a decent partnership this season and the treble against Norwich has helped Suarez reach double figures for the current season.
"I was grateful to Stevie for the first goal when he gave me the pass and it set us on the way to get the three points."
And it was the third goal that delighted many of his admirers. He won the ball and darted past two defenders before unleashing a chip from just inside the Norwich half to beat goalkeeper John Ruddy. Suarez insists, though, that it wasn't the goal was not the highlight of his career and that he just got lucky.
When asked if it was the best goal of his career, Suarez replied: "I don't know. It was a nice goal, a great goal but I think I've scored some other good goals as well.
"It's something I like to try. I saw the goalkeeper off his line and fortunately for me the ball went into the net and I was so happy."