Luis Suárez has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool, the club's television channel announced on Tuesday.
The Uruguayan, bought for £22.8m from Ajax during the first weeks of Kenny Dalglish's stewardship, returned to the club's training base at Melwood after participating for his country at the London 2012 Olympics.
Suárez, 25, has scored 21 goals in 52 games for the club during his 18 months at Anfield, although LFC TV's report of the news has not been reported on the club website.
Despite glimpses of true brilliance, Suárez has garnered plenty of controversy during his time in English football with the 18-time league champions.
As well as accusations of diving, the attacker was banned for eight matches and fined £40,000 last season for racially abusing Patrice Evra during the league match at L4 against Manchester United in October.
In December he was suspended for one match and fined £20,000 after he made an offensive gesture at Fulham supporters after the Reds lost 1-0 at Craven Cottage.
Then in February he snubbed Evra's offer of a handshake prior to the reverse fixture between United and Liverpool and was forced to apologise by the club's Fenway Sports Group owners the following day.
His checkered spell in the Premier League led to reported interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus, but new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has safeguarded the south American's future on Merseyside.