The Chelsea defender says he has no issues with the unsettled Liverpool striker and would have no problem playing alongside him if the Blues move for the Uruguayan
Suarez is currently serving a 10-match following an incident towards the end of last season in April where the Uruguayan bit the arm of Ivanovic.
Suarez, 26, is not thought to be Chelsea's top target, but the wantaway Liverpool striker could emerge as a candidate should Manchester United not change their stance on Wayne Rooney.
"About Luis Suarez, I said straight after the game [in April], whatever happened on the field finished there," the 29-year-old Serbia international told reporters at a pre-match press conference in Bangkok.
"He's one of the best strikers in the Premier League. I don't have any problem with him or doubt about that."