The Uruguayan attacker has admitted that he had a slow start to life at Camp Nou and is glad to be contributing positively.
The former Liverpool striker started slowly in his early days at the Catalan club, with the Uruguayan forward not showing his best form for his new employers immediately.
However, with the South American star now starting to hit top gear and scoring goals for Luis Enrique’s side, Suarez has admitted that he has been relieved that his form has improved.
"I'm pleased and I feel I'm helping the team and that takes a weight off my shoulders,” Marca quote Suarez as saying.
“There was a time when I was very critical of myself, and not only for my lack of goals, but because I felt I wasn't helping the team and that was what worried me.
“With regards to scoring, I knew the goals would come.”
Suarez has formed a formidable attacking triumvirate with Lionel Messi and Neymar, and recently scored twice against Manchester City in a Champions League victory in England.
The former Kop hero has netted seven La Liga goals and provided nine assists this season so far for the current Spanish top flight leaders and will be keen to add his first Clasico goals against Madrid today.