Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu insists his side are going to Juventus to win, despite a draw ensuring progression to the last 16 of the Champions League.
The Catalan club only need to avoid defeat in Turin to seal their place in the knockout stages and also clinch top spot in Group D.
“We’re in a difficult group,” Deulofeu told the Extra Time supplement in Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We’ve already drawn with Olympiakos, which shows that any team can cause you problems. Just took at Atletico with Qarabag.
“We’re fine, we’re missing a point to reach the objective we set, the Last 16, but we’ll to Turin to win, as we always do.
“The Bianconeri were my first opponent in Italy, I hadn’t even unpacked my suitcases and I found myself playing against Juventus in the Coppa Italia.
“I had a dozen minutes which according to you journalists were positive…we were drawing, then we lost but it wasn’t a bad start.
“Then I played against Juve in the league and lost again, Juve are very strong. They’re a solid, organised team with a Coach who knows what he’s doing.
“I repeat though, we’re going to Turin to win with our weapons and our play.”