Last January the north London club spent £56 million to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund and the striker has proved his worth, scoring 26 goals in 40 games.
The Gunners have been without a number of key players but were boosted by the news that six first-team stars returned to training ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash against West Ham. The loss of revenue from not being in Europe's leading...
"I'm part of a squad that has got some stars within it, people who have achieved a lot throughout their entire careers".
Asked whether he would consider giving players a break, Emery said: "We are doing that".
"I don't know about his situation", said the Gunners boss on Suarez.
"I asked at Blackpool if he was OK to help us play and he said: "Yeah, coach, I want to play" and he played with a very big behaviour and commitment to us".
Emery has already acknowledged that the club are seeking potential loan deals for the window with the obligation to buy and such kind of approach could hamper their prospects of signing Carrasco.
Arsenal will move level with four-placed Chelsea with a victory over West Ham United in Saturday's early kick-off.
"But I am happy with every player today, it is really some injuries that didn't help us in the last matches because we struggled with different injuries with the players".
"This week they are working with us with, Mustafi, Monreal and Bellerin", Emery said.