Luis Suarez wants to stay at Barcelona until the end of his career but would also like to return to Ajax, even if it is just to say thanks.
The Uruguayan forward has cemented himself as one of the world’s best strikers since moving to the Nou Camp two years ago and while he signalled his intentions to stay with the Catalan giants until he retires, he knows he ‘will have to keep playing at the highest level’ in order to do so.
‘All my dreams came true at Barcelona and I hope to stay here for the remainder of my career,’ Suarez told De Telegraaf.
Luis Suarez (right) is eager to stay with Spanish champions Barcelona for the rest of his career
‘But I will have to keep playing at the highest level.
‘Of course, I would like to return to Ajax some day. Even if it was just to thank Ajax. Ajax are the club that made me famous in Europe.’
Suarez scored 111 goals in just 159 appearances during his time with Ajax and earned himself a move to Liverpool off the back of his Eredivisie exploits.
The 29-year-old won the Eredivisie and the Dutch Cup while plying his trade at the Amsterdam Arena and has gone on to enjoy even greater success with Barcelona.
The Uruguayan forward scored 111 goals in 159 appearances with the Dutch giants
Suarez has won an astonishing eight trophies in just two years with Barcelona
Suarez has already added eight trophies to his collection with Barca, including the Champions League and two La Liga titles.
The Copa America 2011 winner could be set to add to his vast trophy haul this season, and has started the campaign in unsurprisingly scintillating form.
With eight goals and five assists in just 11 games this season, Suarez has hit the ground running once again, though he did fail to find the back of the net during his side’s 4-0 Champions League victory over Manchester City in midweek.