Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets believes tomorrow's game with Atletico Madrid will be an 'entertaining match'.
The Blaugrana host Diego Simeone's side on Sunday at Camp Nou, and the 24-year-old has admitted he is looking forward to facing the Rojiblancos.
“Atletico finished very well last season and have continued that form this term,” he told Mundo Deportivo.
“With Simeone in charge they have become a complete team that makes you work hard for a win. It's going to be a very entertaining match.
“They have become a rival this season because with nearly half the season gone, they are near the top of the table.
“Falcao is a lethal player for them. We have to play our own game, but we have to give a little more to stop him.”
He then commented on his team's aims for the season to come.
“We have two games remaining before the winter break – our intention is to get six points and spend our holidays in a good mood.
“January will be demanding – if all goes well in the League and Copa del Rey, we should have a game every three days.
“But we’ve been playing at this rate for years, so we know what to expect. We want to fight for every title, even if it means exerting ourselves physically.”