The head coach says he has been impressed by the Uruguayan in training this weekend and will grant him some playing time in the Gamper Trophy
The Uruguayan returned to training this weekend after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) reduced his ban from 'all football-related activity' that allows him to take part in training and club friendly matches.
And Luis Enrique has been sufficiently impressed by Suarez to allow him some playing time in Monday's Gamper Trophy encounter.
"Luis Suarez will play some minutes in the Gamper tomorrow," the Barca boss told reporters on Sunday.
"During two training sessions he's already shown he is really talented. He looks like the player we were looking for."
Full-back Dani Alves has been linked with a move away from Barca this summer, with Sao Paulo claiming they would sell the Brazilian and sign Douglas as a direct replacement.
Luis Enrique, however, insists he does not wish to let Dani Alves leave in the immediate future and refused to comment on Douglas.
"I've said this several times. He arrived late to the squad [after the World Cup] but he has an [great] level of fitness. Alves is at Barca, he is in the squad and there he will remain. In the future, we'll see. I will have opportunities to meet with anyone," he said.
"I don't comment on players who are not here."
The former midfielder also explained that he allowed Gerard Deulofeu to join Sevilla on loan to continue his development and has challenged him to prove his deserves a place at Camp Nou in future.
"The club must always look to get stronger. Deulofeu was my decision: I don't believe he would have got enough minutes to continue his devlopment. It's a coach's decision.
"He needs to improve a few things and show he can be at a club like Barca."
Luis Enrique also revealed he has a clear idea on who will be his No.1 choice as goalkeeper for the coming season.
"Yes, I have preferences on who will play. Any of the three could. I'm clear about who I will select," he added.