Barcelona manager Luis Enrique insists his team will not be "over-confident" during the second leg of their Copa del Rey quarter-final clash against Athletic Bilbao.
The defending champions are favourites to advance to the semi-finals after they scored two goals in the away leg at San Mames last week, but veteran striker Aritz Aduriz's late goal means the Basque side are not completely out of it.
Enrique, though, says Barcelona will play their normal game at Camp Nou on Wednesday evening.
"Aduriz's goal does not change my plans," he said. "The objective is to win. We will not be over-confident. The tie is still open and we know how difficult the game will be. I hope the fans understand that too."
He added: "I don't expect anything different (from them), in fact (they'll be) more dangerous because the first leg result is no good to them. With a win we avoid any complications."
There are doubts over midfielders Arda Turan, Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta ahead of the second leg as the trio are suffering from flu and Enrique admits he needs to be careful about not overplaying his players.
"I'm concerned about the wear because we have played lots of matches and lots of minutes," he said.
"But the team are in good shape, despite playing at high intensity. Of course, it's this intensity that has us up there. It shows we are consistent
"We are at a key stage in the season which puts you close to winning titles."