The Uruguay striker, who scored 25 goals in 43 games in all competitions as Barcelona clinched the treble, spent three-and-a-half years with Liverpool before becoming a key player for the Spanish champions.
Suarez does not have any regrets about his decision to leave Anfield in 2014 and believes that he made the move to Barcelona at the perfect stage in his career.
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"Leaving Liverpool for Barcelona was the right decision,” Suarez told Sport360.
"Winning trophies was a part of my decision in joining Barcelona, but also as a family we knew it was the right decision even before I won a trophy.
"I am very happy at Barcelona – I am at the best club in the world.
"If you look at some of the players here they have won trophies season after season, and that is my aim now.
"We enjoyed our moment last season, but now it is about a new challenge."
Luis Suárez celebrando el cuarto gol del FC Barcelona ante el Sevilla
Image credit: EFE
It's very hard to disagree with anything that Suarez says here. Suarez’s move to Barcelona came at a point when he was being lambasted over his conduct at the World Cup in Brazil and he has since focused entirely on his football and becoming a key part of a hugely successful side. Seeing Suarez flourish as part of a vibrant and cohesive Barcelona front line has been a joy for most football fans to observe and he is only likely to blossom still further.
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