Luis Suarez has admitted his sadness over angering Liverpool supporters last season.
The Uruguayan celebrated after scoring against his former employers in the 3-0 Champions League semi-final first leg win at the Nou Camp and was then booed at Anfield as Barcelona bottled the second leg.
Having been adored by Reds' fans during his glittering spell on Merseyside, a lot of supporters were not happy with their ex striker.
The 33-year old made no apologies given the importance of the game, but understands why fans felt the way they did.
"I know some Liverpool supporters were angry with me because I celebrated a goal against Liverpool here in Camp Nou and for that I am so sad," Suarez told Liverpool's official website.
"I accept that and I say that hopefully they understand my situation: we were playing at home and in the Champions League semi-final. I lived one of the best moments of my life there and I think the supporters didn't forget how my attitude was in the Liverpool shirt."
Liverpool went on to win a sixth European Cup with victory over Spurs in an all-English final in Madrid last year and have now followed it up with their first league title for 30 years, after they were crowned champions on Thursday.
Suarez scored 31 goals as Liverpool went mightily close in the 2013/14 campaign and is thrilled that the Reds have finally been crowned champions of England after a 30-year wait.
He added: "For me, this is amazing for the supporters, for the players and for the so many people working inside Liverpool. So many people work there and for the last 30 years they didn't know how it felt for Liverpool to win the Premier League.
"They have a really good chance to enjoy this this time and I think they are so happy and they are excited for the moment that Jordan gets the trophy.
"I think they needed this moment, for the Liverpool supporters, for the Liverpool club, for the people, for the Scouse people. I am so happy for them."
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