"I'm not ike Leo and I can't get rid of three, four, five players like he does"
Luis Suárez received the award for best Latin American player of the 2014/15 season, given by the news agency EFE. The ceremony was held at the Ciutat Esportiva and Suárez went over the Blaugrana season in an interview. He was also asked what it was that he envied the most to his two teammates upfront, Messi and Neymar...
"We have a great relationship with each other and we can see it, there is a good atmosphere in the team, not only us 3. It's not affection, it's support. We don't plan anything, everything comes from the inside and what we do is enjoying and if we're happy, we enjoy it."
"I'm not like Leao and I can't get rid of three, four, five player like he does. I won't make a sprint and beat them with speed like Ney does. I know what my style is and what I can bring to the team.
What he envies Messi and Neymar
"I would like to have Leo's right foot, which is unique in the world, admirable... and the sprint, the touch and the happiness of Neymar."
Leader in assists
"What we prioritise is the collective objective. I feel happy and content helpint out the team; it is crucial."
"When you have economic shortages and difficulties to get things done, you always appreciate them much more and the effort is maximum. The majority of players that we are now here have suffered, have fought hard to get where we are and that is why we have to enjoy fully every game."
How Barça's interest came up
"My girlfriend came to live here with the family, and I was visiting her. Then when we were in Groningen, we also came to Barcelona. It was the time when Barça startes winning titles, I liked the team, seeing the games; I met some of the players and in the last years I was coming more and more to see the show they were putting on. That was what got me attached to the city and to the team itself."
The end of the season
"We know have a comfortable lead in La Liga, the Copa del Rey fina, we know that (winning) the Champion's League is more than difficult... We'll try to stay on the same path of wanting to win and leave a footprint in the club."