Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has insisted that the team will not allow themselves to be relaxed ahead of their Europa League Last 32 second-leg against Espanyol.
Wolves are heading into the clash with a 4-0 lead from their first meeting at home last week and will be looking to repeat the same feat and will hope to achieve that with consistency.
"We've got to go there with the right mentality, to compete and play the way we do – impose our way of playing," said Coady.
"That's what we want to do. We don't want to just go and rest on our laurels after the first leg. That's done.
"It was a brilliant night for everyone involved, but now we've got to try to compete as much as possible."
Although the side will be going into this fixture with all the focus, Coady also insisted that they will do their best to enjoy the game and to make it entertaining for the fans respectively.
"Not at all. Some people may tell you different, but we've played the first game now," he added.
"It was a fantastic night for the club, but it's another game coming up now, one we're looking forward to.
"More than ever, it's going to be something we enjoy as much as possible.
"How often do you get to go to Barcelona and play against Espanyol in the Europa League?
"It's fantastic, so we'll make sure we're recovered and ready."