Luis Suarez admits he is still adapting to Barcelona’s style of play following his summer switch from Liverpool.
The Uruguay international grabbed 31 Premier League goals last season to share the European Golden Shoe award with Cristiano Ronaldo but he is yet to score a La Liga goal for Barca.
Suarez’s Barcelona debut was delayed as he was handed a lengthy ban for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.
The striker insists he is back to his best after his suspension but he admits he is still finding his feet in his new surroundings alongside the likes of Lionel Messi and Neymar in the Barca attack.
“I think I’m at 100 percent. The ban is a thing of the past,” he told Mundo Deportivo.
“In the first games I felt that I perhaps lacked rhythm, coordination, and that’s understandable, but I went almost two months without playing because of the ban.
“Not that Barca’s style has stifled me, but I must learn to not get in the way of my teammates who are used to cutting inside.
“I try to avoid doing so because they aren’t used to playing with a pure ‘nine’ in the box. I try to find those pockets and create my own space.”
Suarez may have been unable to find the net in six La Liga appearances to date but he did grab a goal in Barca’s Champions League win at APOEL Nicosia and he will be keen to add to his tally when PSG visit on Wednesday.
The Catalan giants need to beat PSG to finish top of Group F and Barcelona are 1.45 to take all three points, or 1.76 with a -1 goal handicap.