The striker admits he will not be thinking about personal glory when he plays in the tournament final on Sunday, and believes his national side have a bright future
The Liverpool striker is joint top with Argentina's Sergio Aguero on three goals after he netted a double in the semifinal against Peru.
"Being top scorer is not the important thing for me," Suarez told AFP. "The main issue is the collective dream of winning the Copa. Personal stuff is secondary to that."
Uruguay will be aiming to secure its 15th Copa America title when it squares off against Paraguay at the weekend.
Suarez insists his team must forget about previous triumphs and pointed to the side carrying on with its winning ways.
"We'll not forget about those titles [but] we are thinking about the present, about carrying on winning," he said. "Uruguay are not going to waste time celebrating past achievements and past titles won."
The striker also pointed to the grassroots work being done a Uruguay as a major reason behind the success of the team.
"The U-20 team has been doing well, qualifying for the London Olympics, while the U-17 side were runners-up at their World Championship and we were fourth at the World Cup in South Africa. Now we are in the final of the Copa."