At the time of imposing Allen's ban, World Snooker said it would only come into effect if Allen made any new breach of rules within six months, which comes to an end in December.
However, the threat of a suspension from the sport and another heavy fine has not deterred the World Open champion from wanting to air his opinions in the future.
"Once that [suspended ban] finishes, I will have a few more things to say," he explained.
"Some stuff has happened in the last few months that I don't think is very good and not fair on certain people so no doubt I will be a spokesperson for the players.
"There are definitely things I want to say but I need to get them out in the right way. I am itching to say these things."
Stephen HendrySnooker analyst, BBC Sport
"Mark Allen lost in the final of the UK Championship last year and he is a big occasion player, one who raises his game when he plays the top players. I would expect a good performance from him. He has the ability and the will to win and when he is on the table, you have to scrape him off it. He is a very determined character and has all the attributes to win it and it is down to him on the day but there are two or three players better than him at the moment. "
Allen begins this year's UK Championship campaign on Sunday with a first-round match against Hong Kong's Marco Fu, and will be looking to go one step further than last year when he
lost 10-8 in the final to Judd Trump.
Allen is hoping he can emulate the success of the Bristol-born potter, and wants to strike up a competitive rivalry between the two.
"I am trying to build a rivalry now between myself and Judd. I don't deserve that at the moment but if I keep going the way I am doing, then it could be one of the great rivalries of snooker," said Allen.
"It is up to myself and Judd to push ahead and do that now. He is world number one and it is up to me to catch him and get the rivalry going.
"Players like John Higgins and Mark Williams may not have too long left at the top now so me and Judd need to create a legacy for ourselves."
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