Gerard Pique believes that Barcelona's title-winning season is worthy of a 'high mark'.
The Blaugrana regain the League trophy, but failed to win the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.
And the defender has insisted that now the team will try to reach 100 points.
“I give our season a high mark,” he told Barca TV. “We’ve got used to the good times.
“We’ve won a lot over the last few years and we and the coaching staff know that. Winning titles is very difficult and we’ve got used to the good times but winning a League is never easy.
“We’re attracted by[the challenge of reaching 100 points] because in every match we have to go out to win, above all for the honour of the club we represent.
“If we can get there, all the better. For us it’s a challenge. If we can reach 100 points, and beat the Club record (99), all the better.
“This team’s got a lot more in it. We have to try and keep on winning and taking more trophies.
“There are some very young players in the squad who are keen to keep on winning. You can always improve. In the year of the treble, we signed four or five players to improve what we already had.
“If you don’t improve then you fall behind and we have to try and be the best. If you have to press more, do it. If you have to train harder, do it. If you have to try harder, do it. If you have to strengthen the team, the club knows what has to be done.”