Luis Enrique believes the best is yet to come from his players following the comprehensive Champions League defeat of Paris Saint-Germain.
The Barcelona boss saw his players stroll to a comfortable 2-0 win over the Ligue 1 outfit
“I hope the best is yet to come. The players have worked hard all season to be in contention for every trophy and it would be their minimum ambition just to reach the semi-finals,” Enrique told reporters.
“Our target is to go further and the aim now is to be better than our next opponents in the Champions League.
“It was a great start to the game for us. We got a good result in the first leg but tonight was definitive and we created lots of chances.
“Barca is one of the biggest clubs in the world, with its own distinctive style, and coaches can always see things they can improve upon.
“However, a comfortable match can soon become a difficult one so we also have to watch out for things going wrong.
“As a team we accept we need to take risks. We pressed high in the first half and hardly gave them a chance. We have huge attacking potential while there is also security at the back.
“Even so, it’s not mathematics and the players aren’t machines, as they showed against Valencia last weekend when the positioning wasn’t correct, unlike tonight, but that’s football.
“The players are used to handling the kind of pressure they were under and tonight PSG hardly got into our box,” he claimed.