The Central Americans fell to a 2-1 defeat to Ecuador on Friday, with Enner Valencia scoring twice after Carlo Costly's opener, to leave los Catrachos in bottom spot in Group E after their opening 3-0 loss to France.
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"It's worth Honduras continuing to fight," the 54-year-old told a press conference.
"What we have not lost is the will to fight."
Suarez added that, despite the loss to Ecuador, he believes his side can take confidence from certain aspects of their performance.
"The good things we did give us confidence," he continued.
"But the bad things are what journalists remember. We can only do what we can. Hopefully the players have the awareness of what they have to do,"
Honduras face Switzerland on Wednesday.