Gerard Pique has vowed that Barcelona will be giving their all as they compete for trophies on three fronts.
The Catalans turned in another football exhibition to dispose of Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in their Champions League quarter-final clash at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday, although Pique feels there is still work to be done in next week’s second leg.
“We’ll be giving everything to win the Champions League but we also have a chance of winning three trophies,” Pique told reporters in the mixed zone after the game.
“However, we know we now face the hard bit as we’ll be up against some very tough teams. But we are confident after the results we’ve picked up since the turn of the year, while we must keep our feet on the floor.
“We can’t rest because we are aware the schedule is difficult and if we want to win things we have to face that.
“The tie with PSG is still not over and just because we won in Paris it does not mean we won’t go out and give everything next week.”
Pique believes that Luis Enrique’s team were given a wake-up call in the 2-2 draw at Sevilla last weekend, when they threw away a two-goal lead against the Andalusians.
“We learned a bit. In Sevilla we had the game in the bag at 0-2 but they came up with the goals and we know how it ended.
“Today we played a more complete 90 minutes and the feelings are good. If you look at our last 20 games you’ll see the results we’ve had and the outlook is good, although we must take things step-by-step.
“We took an important one here but now we’ve got think about Saturday [against Valencia],” he maintained.