Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique dubbed Sergio Busquets the best midfielder in the world following his performance in the club's 2-0 win over Getafe on Saturday.
Busquets was the driving force behind the Catalans' win, boasting the most touches and best pass completion rate of anyone on the pitch, according to Football Espana.
"[Busquets] is a unique player, the most comprehensive out there and, for me, the best midfielder in the world," Enrique said after the game. "He's essential for us, not only for his intelligence but because he can play in different positions.
"When he plays as a pivot, the team win in an attacking sense and are solid defensively. He's key and I try to give him a break whenever I can."
The Barcelona boss was pleased with the overall performance of his side and the comfortable nature of the win despite the scoreline not being more emphatic.
"I feel we had a very complete game. It's difficult to compare with previous games because each of our opponents are different and each pose their own dangers," he added.
"Our objective was to have a complete game from the start and that's what happened. I didn't think we were close to suffering.
"Sergi Roberto had a complete game, Andres [Iniesta] played half an hour with a good feeling and a desire to play more minutes.
"Neymar's a unique player in all aspects. He's capable of beating anyone. He continues to improve and will continue to do so. He's fundamental for us.
"No game is easy. In fact, we went into half-time at 0-1. It wasn't easy in any case. It's to our credit and, in any case, our rivals' shortcomings."