And Werner added: “Our intention is to strengthen but actions will speak louder than words. But that is certainly our intention.
“We know that January is a challenging time and I don't want to say we've got x or y but hopefully the fans will be pleased with what we do accomplish.
“Obviously we have made some mistakes in the past but our intention is to deliver our priority and strengthen the squad.”
A number of teams have signalled their opposition to Premier League plans to introduce a financial fair play system.
And of the prospect of the scheme not being introduced, Werner added: “I don't even want to entertain that. It's our hope that it will happen and we've been encouraged by the dialogue which is taking place.
“We were all in touch with the various executives and kept abreast because it's our hope that FFP becomes part of the game going forward.”
Rodgers, meanwhile, believes Liverpool are now extracting even more from Suarez as the spearhead of the strikeforce, rather than playing alongside a target man.
“I think it's one where he suits the role and the function of the team; he is not playing off second balls off anymore, he is playing off the movement and cleverness in and around the box,” said the Anfield manager.
“Your No 9 is always a reference for the team whether it is through goals or whatever, but with Luis what you get is an all-round game.
“We want to work and press the ball high up the field and if you have a No 9 who doesn't want to do that, that can be difficult for you. You cannot function as a team that way but he offers a great presence up there.”
While Suarez netted twice, Raheem Sterling laid on two goals and Jose Enrique contributed an assist before scoring his first-ever goal for Liverpool.
And Rodgers added: “Goalscorers will always get the credit but for me the credit goes to the team because I thought the team was excellent.
“I think what we are seeing now are more bodies arriving in the box and the players understanding the method of the team more.”