Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta admits he has some regrets that he did not win the Champions League more often with Barcelona.
The Catalans have endured frustration in Europe in recent years failing to progress beyond the quarter-final in each of the last three seasons while watching Real Madrid lift the trophy three years running.
While he is proud of his achievements and does not feel resentment towards Madrid's success, Iniesta concedes he would have liked to add to his collection of Champions League triumphs.
"I don't feel angry. Of course, I'd have liked to win more Champions Leagues. Who wouldn't? But I think people have to feel proud of what was achieved because it made them happy.
"Beyond that, you can't do anything. Madrid won Champions Leagues, they'll be happy about that, and they won't be happy for having not won the league titles that other teams won.
"It's true Barca had the squad in the last few years to have been able to take another step forward in the Champions League," Iniesta told Club del Deportista:
Iniesta left the club at the end of last season after spending more than 22 years with the youth teams and senior side at Camp Nou.
Iniesta won a remarkable 30 major trophies for Barca, including four Champions Leagues, the last of which came in the treble triumph of 2014-15.
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