Andres Iniesta said after the 5-1 win over Villarreal that Barcelona’s unbeaten league run this season makes him feel ‘excited’.
The midfielder, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, was one of the stars of the show against the Yellow Submarine and made two assists during the game.
“Now, as there are fewer games left, we have the chance to try and finish the season unbeaten, which will be very exciting, so we will try to make a last effort and end on that note. I don’t know if it’s ever happened but it is exciting,” Iniesta told BeIN Sports.
“Personally, I try to savour every minute because there is very little time left and being on the pitch is what I like best. I also want to thank Villarreal for their gesture because to notice this respect and affection from people is something very beautiful that you can take away as a person.”
Iniesta was asked about his future but denied anything has been agreed yet and says he is keeping his options open.
“I’ve said that it’s not just about outside Europe, so all scenarios are possible. They said I was going to China, then Japan, and I’ve also heard Australia.
“You’ll know when I tell everyone as there are still things that need to be sorted out, small details, and I’ll try to choose the best option,” he added.