Former Liverpool star Luis Suarez has admitted he is finally starting to feel comfortable at Barcelona after the Uruguayan international scored his sixth goal in the last seven games during the Copa del Rey semi-final 3-1 victory over Villarreal on Wednesday, 4 March.
Having missed the first three months of the season at Camp Nou due to a ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup, the former Liverpool hero had a difficult start to life in La Liga following his £65m move from Anfield this summer.
Suarez looked then overshadowed by Lionel Messi and Neymar in Luis Enrique's attack and just scored five goals in his first 18 appearances for the Catalan side.
But the 28-year-old has lately rediscovered the form he showed last season at Liverpool where he was the joint-top goalscorer in the European leagues last season, alongside Ballon D'or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, netting 31 goals in 33 Premier League appearances.
The Barcelona star has indeed scored five goals in his last seven appearances, including a brace against Manchester City in the Champions League and a crucial goal in the Copa del Rey against Villarreal to help his side to reach the final.
"Every week I try to help the team and every week I feel better on the field and that gives me more peace of mind," he said after the game. "I always demand more of myself but the important thing is to keep helping the team. I've been feeling more comfortable in the last few weeks, and not just in terms of goalscoring,"
The Uruguayan left Liverpool for Barcelona this summer after failing to win the Premier League despite the Reds impressive season.
Now Suarez hopes to attain glory with the Catalan side in the Copa del Rey final against Athletic Bilbao – while the Catalans are also still in the race for both La Liga and the Champions League.
"Obviously when you're Barça you have to try and win every competition you have. I know what a final means and we'll try to win it."