Luis Enrique says his Barcelona team will never be the finished product, insisting they must be in a constant state of evolution.
The Spanish side beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 on Wednesday to finish the Champions League group stage as pool winners – their eighth consecutive victory in all competitions.
Despite the resounding victory and the fact his side are just two points behind Real Madrid in La Liga, Luis Enrique insists his team must never believe they are perfect.
“A football team has to be in a permanent state of construction and evolution,” he told reporters.
“There will never be a day when we will say that the team has given 100 per cent of itself. We have to be as unpredictable as possible, but also effective.
“Everything is important to me. If we get results is because we have played well. The most important thing is to have the ball in the opponent’s half.”
The Blaugrana take on Getafe on Saturday and the coach maintains his players will not lack any motivation despite coming off the back of a huge win against the French champions in midweek.
“It’s complicated. When you play in Europe against a team of that level and then return to the league it has all the necessary ingredients to be difficult.