By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Blaugrana have been in irrepressible form in the La Liga this season, amassing an incredible 62 points from 23 games to open up a commanding 12 point lead over nearest challengers Atletico Madrid.
Although Barcelona appear to be firmly on track to win the La Liga this season, Roura insists that his side cannot afford to let their concentration slip for a bit in the race for the title and claims the Catalan giants must do all they can to secure all three points against Granada at Estadio Los Carmenes.
"We are fully focused on Granada because the league is a basic target for us," Roura was quoted as saying by the official Barcelona website.
"A positive result is always an important step forward.
"We are in comfortable position in the league but that should be no excuse for any kind of relaxation."
Nonetheless, Roura admitted that in view of Barcelona's midweek Champions League clash with Milan, there was a possibility of him putting out a slightly weakened side against Granada, but the 45-year-old remained confident that his team would still be capable of beating Granada regardless of who he selected.
"We have a lot of options as far as putting a team together is concerned," Roura added.
"We're not playing Milan until Wednesday, which gives us plenty of time to recover.
"We're into the nice part of the season when in a few days there are lots of things at stake. In terms of fitness and morale this is a good moment for us."
Roura also warned his players against complacency when taking on an improving Granada team.
"They're [Granada] moving up," Roura mused.
"And we know all about Lucas Alcaraz's teams, they're always very solid, difficult, strong.
"They're doing well now and will want to impose their style."
Barcelona have failed to win either of their last two away games at Real Sociedad and Valencia.