The Chilean is glad to finally play in Spain...
The 28-year-old striker admitted that opportunities arose in the recent past but deals never materialised and said he is glad to finally get the chance to play in Spain.
Suazo also said he believes his new team has the quality to avoid the drop and turned his attention immediately towards the relegation six pointer against Xerez.
"Real Zaragoza have very good players and I did not hesitate [to join] at any time. There were many options before now but they never reached an agreement with the Monterrey people. It's nice to get the opportunity to fulfil a dream," he said as quoted by Marca.
"I'm no saviour, I will try to contribute what I know, and hopefully start in good shape and make a major contribution to the team.
"Technically I am good and can score goals with both feet and I think the main thing is my positioning in the field. Hopefully I can be on the pitch on Sunday and bring my experiences to the team."
Paul Madden, Goal.com