Barcelona have made a perfect start to their La Liga campaign, and Luis Enrique's men will look to make it five wins out of five this season when they visit Malaga.
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The former La Liga champions have looked formidable in the early part of the season in the league, with Lionel Messi, time and again, showing just how well-rounded a player he is.
The Argentine magician has been scoring the goals as well as providing assist after assist, making Luis Enrique's job just that little bit more easier.
However, Enrique believes there is still plenty of work to be done in this Barcelona side despite their 100 percent start.
"My only obsession is making this team better," the new manager Enrique said. "There are many factors involved, but we just have to work to get better and to shape these ideas into something that works for the team.
"The first step is to beat Malaga in the fifth game of the league season, and it'll be a difficult match, as any away match is. Here we have the added difficulty of a tough opponent. Complications are going to appear. We just have to create more than they do and win the game by playing better."
Malaga have not made the greatest of starts, but they have picked up five points in their first four games courtesy one victory and two draws. Enrique will do anything but take a win for granted, knowing pretty well the weapons that Malaga possess.
"We have to defend as a XI when they have the ball," Enrique added. "Malaga play as a unit, and have players like Roque Santa Cruz and Rabat.
"I'm worried about what they can do with long balls, with setpieces. It's not going to be an easy match, but that's just an added motivation to keep on winning points."
That defensive discipline is one aspect in which Enrique want to work on more and improve as the season starts to hit its straps.
"I still think we've got a lot to improve in defence," he said. "And we will improve. That doesn't mean that we're not going to concede goals or lose matches. But the team needs to perform much better at the back.
"We haven't always gone about things the right way in these matches, but people notice it less because we haven't dropped any points. It's an on-going improvement process, and a search for the context in which we are strongest."