Jordi Roura claimed that Barcelona must play "with intensity but not haste" in tomorrow's Champions League Last 16 decider against AC Milan - a match his side goes into trailing 2-0 from the first leg.
Starting line-up: "I have been thinking about it over the past few days. There is just small area I have yet to decide on but generally speaking, I have settled on who will start".
The perfect game: "...is one which ends well, one which allows us to make the next round. We need to play with equilibrium and intensity but we cannot be too hasty".
Xavi's chances: "He has been progressing well but we must wait to see how he is in the last training session".
On being Barça boss: "It's a role I didn't want to undertake due to the circumstances which we all know about. But I haven't felt poorly treated. In this job, you cannot pretend that everyone is supporting you but most people understand the situation".
Penalty practice: "Some of the players have been working on penalties - we have to be prepared".
The squad: "The team responded well after what happened at San Siro. Milan didn't surprise me at all. I knew that we were up against a tough team. They will try to preserve their result here; we need to know how to attack them".
Tito's impressions: "He thinks we are in for another intense match. It's surprising to see him which such energy when you consider the treatment he is receiving. He watches all of our games, our training sessions... It's almost as if he is here with us and he is involved not just with this game, but all of our games".
On keeping a clean sheet: "We cannot concede any goals tomorrow. Saturday's game against Deportivo was important for us for that reason. Keeping a clean sheet in our last outing boosted our self-confidence".
Milan: "When you end up losing 2-0, it's clear that something has gone wrong - we didn't do our job well and while Milan did. They are a very complicated opponent but the final score was a little severe. We are hopeful that we can compete with them in the return leg and turn the tie around".
David Villa: "He has been important for us in our recent games. He lends something different to the team - everyone has a chance to enter the starting XI on Tuesday".