The Uruguayan is delighted to be at a club competing in the latter stages of the competition after three and a half years without top European matches at Anfield.
The controversial Uruguayan left Anfield last summer in an £75 million move, and recently revealed Real Madrid had also shown an interest to sign him at the same time.
Suarez says joining Barcelona was “a dream come true” and, ahead of Wednesday’s quarter-final first leg against Paris Saint-Germain, is delighted to be at a club in the latter stages of the Champions League.
“I’ve always wanted to play at Barcelona, it was a dream come true,” Suarez told Uefa.com.
“Of course the allure of winning the Champions League was part of the reason I joined Barca. They are always a candidate to win it.
“That’s a plus here, as the clubs I’ve played for before didn’t really have the chance to win big European trophies – maybe a domestic league or cup at best.
“Playing in a team like this, where all the players want to win every match and everything, that is a sign that it’s all about silverware – whether it’s the Champions League, La Liga or whichever trophy’s available.
“We have a chance of making the Champions League final this season.”