"The coach said that the Lenoesa game was a test for those who do not play regularly, so we will see on Saturday if I have passed," he told reporters.
"I work to play, if I do not play we'll see. I'm not happy, because I'm not playing and it's what I want, to play."
The midweek match also included an impressive performance from 19-year-old youth academy graduate Riqui Puig, who came on for his first-team debut and set Suarez up for his second goal of the night.
And the Spain international says the youngster is proof that the Catalan side do not need to go out and spend big to recruit their next midfield heroes.
"It is not necessary to go and look for players outside with the level and the quality that exists in reserve," he said.
Suarez returned to Barcelona from Villarreal in 2016 and has since made 66 appearances for the club in all competitions.