Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has sent an ominous warning to the Catalan giants' rivals by insisting they are going all-out to land every possible trophy there is to win this season.
La Blaugrana moved five points clear of second placed Real Madrid in La Liga after a workman-like 2-0 win over rock-bottom Xerez on Wednesday night courtesy of second-half goals by Thierry Henry and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
After downing Los Blancos 1-0 in Sunday night’s 'El Clasico', Pep Guardiola's men proved that once again they are the team to beat domestically.
The Copa Del Rey holders face Sevilla in the last 16 in that competition and have one foot in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League as they look to become the first team to successfully defend the trophy.
Having already secured the European Super Cup in August after a 1-0 win over Shakhter Donetsk,Barca are also due to to travel to the Far East to take part in the World Club Cup, a trophy which eluded them in 2006.
That leaves Barca with a real possibility of bagging a record five major trophies by the time the season ends in May and former Manchester United stopper Pique is aiming to achieve just that.
"The team is going for all titles, game by game we try to show this," he told El Mundo Deportivo.
"I would love it if every year this same level of expectation continued as it would mean that the previous year we won titles," he added.
Barcelona travel to the Estadio Riazor to take on high-flying Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday night looking to maintain their five point lead over their arch rivals Real.