Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi has insisted that he has "no regrets" about his unfulfilled pledge to win the Champions League last season, insisting that the club has the same ambition for the upcoming campaign.
Addressing the club's fans ahead of last season's Joan Gamper Trophy match against Boca Juniors, Messi said the team would do "everything possible" to "bring that beautiful trophy" back to Catalunya.
Ernesto Valverde's side looked on course to reach the final when they beat Liverpool 3-0 in the first leg of their semi-final tie at Camp Nou in April.
However, a sensational 4-0 victory in the return game at Anfield the following month, saw the Merseysiders progress to the final, where they beat Tottenham in Madrid to lift the trophy for a sixth time.
Messi once again addressed the Camp Nou crowd ahead of this year's Joan Gamper Trophy, this time against Arsenal, to issue a rallying cry ahead of the new campaign.
"It's hard to say something after last season, but I don't regret anything.
"But I have no doubt that together we are going to fight again for everything. We won eight League titles in 11 years. We do not give it the value it deserves but over the years we will see how difficult it was.
"This club fights for everything and this year will be no different. We have renewed dreams. Visca Barca and Visca Catalunya!" Messi said.