Barcelona assistant Jordi Roura has insisted that tomorrow's match with Real Madrid is 'very important'.
The Blaugrana travel to the capital to face Jose Mourinho's side on Saturday afternoon, and the 45-year-old has claimed that his team will be taking the match extremely seriously, despite holding a 12-point lead at the top of La Liga.
“Our goal is to get three points and extend our lead at the top of the League,” he told a Press conference.
“We have been excellent in the League and we want to open up the distance even more.
“There are some very important points at stake here, so it is a very important game. Winning the title is the ultimate for us.
“We made some quite clear errors [in the Copa del Rey Clasico], but this team will move forward and compete once more. The attitude of the players has been impeccable.
“Winning the League this year would be extraordinary for us, so we will fight for the title until it's over.”