Barcelona assistant Jordi Roura has revealed that he was 'satisfied' with his side's 2-1 win over Granada on Saturday.
The Blaugrana had Lionel Messi to thank for the win, after the Argentine forward scored both goals for the Camp Nou club.
And the 45-year-old Coach has admitted that he was anxious having seen his team go behind, and claimed that the squad are now focused on playing Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday.
“Obviously, when you're on the bench, you're always nervous,” he told a Press conference. “I thought we would have enough to win, and in the end that was the case. I am satisfied with the result.
“Granada put us in a lot of difficulty, and they played as if they had nothing to lose.
“We need to focus on Europe now and not let our hair down. But the squad's attitude has always been commendable.”