By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Williams heavily criticised Suarez in his new autobiography, accusing the Uruguayan of showing 'a lack of respect to others' and for being 'a diver', after the two clashed at Anfield last season.
Both Williams and Suarez will come face to face with each other again on Sunday when the Reds travel to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea in an encounter which will surely carry an extra edge following the Swans defender's comments.
And according to Allen, the taunting statements made by Williams will only provoke Suarez, who has been in imperious form for the Reds this season and is currently the top scorer in the Premier League with 10 goals, to perform his best.
"It [Williams' comments] will give Luis some extra motivation, which is dangerous from Swansea's point of view," Allen was quoted as saying in an interview for BBC Radio Wales' The Back Page programme.
"These sort of things happen in football and the battle between Luis and Ash will be one to watch on the weekend."
Allen himself will be under the spotlight as he returns to play his former team in the league for the first time since his £15 million move to Liverpool during the summer.
The fee paid by Rodgers for Allen made him Wales' most expensive player, and the 22-year-old midfielder admitted that his hefty price tag weighed affected him negatively, although he declared that he could never have rejected a move to one of the biggest clubs in the country.
"It's the type of challenge I've always dreamed of taking on so when the chance came around I found it difficult to turn it down," Allen added.
"Having been at a club for so long it's always difficult to leave but these moments, such as this weekend now, [are]where you get the chance to get another taste of your home club."
With Allen in line to face his former club on Sunday, the Wales international revealed he would try his best to just treat the game like any other game and not put too much significance into his return to the Liberty Stadium.
"You can focus too much sometimes on the occasion rather than treating it as any other football match," Allen mused.
"That's the key for me - to try to approach it like I would any other weekend."
Liverpool are currently 11th in the league table on 15 points while Swansea are one point and one position ahead of the Reds.