Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal has revealed his determination to win the Champions League with the Catalan side this season.
The Chilean international started in their 3-0 win over Liverpool in the last four first leg at the Camp Nou on Wednesday night, and the former Juventus man is driven by a first ever European title.
"I would give anything to win the Champions League.
"I will give my life in the return leg at Anfield, and I hope to reach the final."
Despite taking a commanding lead to England next week, Vidal was keen to stress that the tie is not yet over as they prepare to do battle with Jurgen Klopp's side once again.
"We had to suffer in the first leg, to get the result we wanted.
"However there is still another 90 minutes to play at Anfield, and we must respect them as they are a great side.
"It will be very difficult away from home."
Lionel Messi was once again the match winner for Ernesto Valverde's side, and Vidal described the Argentinian's performance as spectacular.