It has been questioned where Suarez will fit into the team, but the Uruguay international has said that his versatility will aid his new side.
"Some people see me as a centre-forward and others as a forward but, even if I play at centre-forward, I never stay there all the time. I'm always moving around and don't like to be still," he told Barca Magazine.
"When we have the ball, I like to move all around the attack. I don't just want to be in the area but you have to listen to what the coach wants and asks for and try to help the team however you can.
"What a striker likes best is to score goals and doing that depends on their quality, their confidence, their instinct at the right time, opportunism - but a striker is also a team member and, in my case, I also like making nice moves and providing passes for my colleagues to score."
Suarez is currently serving a four-month worldwide ban, but will be available to make his Barcelona debut in the La Liga clash with Real Madrid later this month.