By ESPNSTAR.com staff
After Liverpool's lacklusture Premier League draw with Stoke, Potters manager Tony Pulis called Suarez out for a diving incident near the end of the game and labelled the Reds player an "embarrassment".
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers came out in defence of Suarez, but the Uruguayan continued to make headlines for his simulation antics, leading to statements from FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce insinuating Suarez to be a cheat. Boyce's proclamations prompted the Uruguayan Football Association to write an official complaint to FIFA president Sepp Blatter for what they considered impromper conduct from an official representative of football's governing body.
Suarez has stated on numerous occasions that he was unaffected by the media storm surrounding his actions, and he recently reiterated his innocence to the Daily Express.
"Let them keep talking. My conscience is clean. I respond on the pitch," Suarez said.
Nonetheless, the striker admitted that there were many aspects of his behaviour on the pitch that could be improved.
"As the years go by you realise what you have to correct. I am 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," Suarez explained.
"Everyone knows I gesture a lot, talk and protest, and those are things I must improve on."
Liverpool play Reading in their next Premier League fixture on October 20th.