Osasuna striker Nino has revealed that the team have learned from their 8-0 loss to Barcelona last season.
The Rojillos travel to Camp Nou this weekend to face Tito Vilanova's side, and the 32-year-old forward has admitted that they have grown as a side since last season's hammering.
“The team has learned lessons from last season,” he told a Press conference. “No one likes to be beaten like that, but our aim this year is try and get something from the game.
“We know we're going to have to work hard, but we have to be organised and try to take advantage of any chances we have.
“Everyone knows that our situation [18th in La Liga] is complicated, but we have to go to Barcelona and try not to give anything away.
“Even a point would be brilliant.”