Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta says his side must not be complacent when they take on Manchester City next week.
The Catalan giants hold a 2-0 lead going into the second leg of their Champions League tie between the sides.
“In football nothing is finished until the game is over and we can afford to make any mistakes,” Iniesta told Barca’s official website.
“There are still 90 very hard minutes to play, we are facing a team with great players and if we don’t want to go out we will have to play a good game.”
The midfielder then commented on outgoing teammate Carles Puyol.
“It’s not nice news to hear he is leaving,” he said.
“We must now try to make sure he goes out on a high and hopefully he can play.
“There is nobody who represents as much as he does.”