Suarez, a £75 million recruit from Liverpool last summer, helped Barca to the treble last season as part of a so-called ‘MSN strikeforce’ with Neymar and Messi that bagged 122 goals.
"We are all rowing in the same direction -- to give Barcelona titles. The relationship on and off the pitch is very good," told La Vanguardia.
"We all know that Leo [Messi] is the best. None of us attempts to overtake him or equal what he does.
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"There is no jealousy. We are part of a team, and we don't compete with anyone.
"If you had several players wanting to compete to be No. 1, it would be complicated. I'm just here to help. I don't feel jealousy."
Neymar, Messi, Suarez
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Suarez scored 25 goals last campaign and admitted that he felt less pressure at Barcelona than during his spell as Liverpool’s talisman.
"Today, I don't feel the same pressure I felt in other places," the 28-year-old said. "There are other players that stand out more. Not everything depends on me, and that gives me more peace," he added.
"At Liverpool, without anyone asking me, I demanded myself to do things so the team would do well. But when there was a bad game, I was criticised."
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