Contract renewals aren't as exciting as shiny new signings, but some of these guys must be the priority for their clubs this summer...
“I want to take advantage of these moments and be happy.”
"He is scoring but not at Salah rates. That’s what we are talking about and that’s the difference."
"He has been like a breath of fresh air since he came into the team. He has been unbelievable."
Luis Diaz lit up Wembley with a performance that had everything but the goal. Thomas Tuchel may regret his Romelu Lukaku call...
"He's quick and direct and if he loses the ball he works his socks off to get it back. Suarez was the same. He ticks every box."
"He is Liverpool’s top player at the moment, there’s no doubt. You give him the ball and something will happen."
Not your Salahs or De Bruynes, but a player from every club to take the Premier League by storm when we were expecting little more than a shower...
“From La Guajira. It comes from my roots. I always played football in my town, in my homeland."
The Colombia international swapped Porto for the Reds in the January transfer window for a fee that could rise to as much as £49m.
Villarreal deserve credit but Luis Diaz is brilliant and Liverpool do not know…
"For those reasons, he’s the standout signing of the season for me.”
"He didn't cost that much. This is a signing that Jurgen Klopp makes because he knows he can integrate him."
Here's to the Liverpool new boy who has gone from humble beginnings to tearing Man Utd a new one...
“Tactically how we set up and the fact that I also have to defend might well be the most difficult thing so far."
Man City have history against them and Luis Diaz's instant Premier League adjustment 'is unheard of'.
The former Porto forward was targeted by the Benfica fans on Tuesday.
Only three Prem players make Europe's top 10 for most appearances for club and country. All three play in Liverpool's attack...
Sentiment takes over for one pick as we select each Premier League club's signing of the season.
Man City dropped points on Monday night to leave Liverpool four points behind with a game in hand.
"With the ball it’s the quality he possesses, without the ball it’s the work-rate and winning the ball back."
Mo Salah's agent can laugh all he likes but Luis Diaz is strengthening Liverpool's bargaining position.
"It's kind of the way that we all wanted. Certainly from a personal point of view, it's just how I wanted."
"He has been so outstanding for Liverpool so far that he is already a marked man."
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs all made good calls that are paying off.
The 25-year-old forward joined Liverpool from Porto in the January transfer window.
Luis Diaz just fits. He "looks like a Liverpool player". El Hadji Diouf did not.
"Today, complete adults' football was needed and that's what the boys delivered."
The Mailbox reckons we might have seen the future in Liverpool's win over Leicester.