The 24-year-old, a £22.8million buy for Liverpool from Ajax in January, has not had a full summer break since 2009 due to World Cup and Copa America commitments with his country. After winning the Copa America and the player of the tournament award this summer, Suarez has come back to club football firing on all cylinders, with three goals in three games for Liverpool. Uruguay have five more games left in 2011, though, starting with a friendly in Ukraine next Friday before a return to competitive action in November. Dalglish accepts Suarez will be eager to continue his winning streak with the national side, but has hinted that he may need to intervene if his player's fatigue becomes a concern. "We will just manage the situation," said Dalglish. "We don't know what is going to be thrown up for Luis. We have an idea what the fixtures are for Uruguay but we don't know definitively. "I'm not going to predict what will happen. He would love him to play in every game, train in every session but it might not be practical." However, Dalglish insists his side will not be over dependant on Suarez and has confidence in the ability of the other options in his squad. He said: "Luis will be all right. He had a break before they met up for the Copa America and another break before he came back here. "There will be some times when any one individual will be more important than others in a game. "But if we have to leave someone out for a game we will leave someone out whether that is Luis or someone else if it is going to be beneficial for us. "The fitter, fresher they are the more beneficial it is for us. But that is not to say we are going to do it."