Neymar and Messi have both been in fine form this season, with the former netting nine times in all competitions and the latter registering eight goals.
From Saturday, Suarez will be available to link-up with his new team after serving a four-month worldwide ban for a biting incident at this summer's World Cup.
The expiration of his ban just so happens to coincide with the Clasico against Real Madrid this weekend.
"I think the three of us together can do many things. Leo is the best in the world and when Suarez is added to this, we can achieve important things for the club," Inside Spanish Football quotes the attacker as saying.
Suarez joined Barca from Liverpool this summer.