Brendan Rodgers' side kick off their fixture list in the United States with a glamorous friendly against Serie A outfit AS Roma at the iconic Fenway Park.
From there, they participate in the International Champions Cup, including group matches with Olympiacos, Barclays Premier League rivals Manchester City and AC Milan.
Back with the Reds after a campaign on loan and determined to make his mark, Suso expects the journey across the Atlantic to maintain the preparation work achieved to date.
"We are working every day, double sessions with the team," the 20-year-old explained to LFCTour.com after a training drill at Melwood.
"We have big games in America as well and I think they will work for us, because we have to get fitness and improve as a team. Training and fitness is really important, but games are too because you are going to play games every weekend.
"Liverpool always play good games in pre-season; the games in America are going to be good for us because the players and the team are going to improve."
Suso's breakthrough season, 2012-13, brought 20 appearances for the Liverpool first team - yet he opted for a temporary switch to Almeria to ensure game time last summer.
Now he senses an opportunity to impress Rodgers once more and the young playmaker is wholly aware of the importance of performing to his maximum every single day.
The Spain youth international continued: "The manager will put in the team the ones that are better; if someone is playing better, they will have more chances.
"He sees the games but he also sees training every morning and afternoon, how we work. The one that works hard is the one who is going to play.
"What I want is to play for this team. I wish I could start every game for this club. I want to be here for a lot of years because I like everything here - the city, the country, the language, everything. It's really good to be here; I'm really happy, it's like a dream."