Xavi has called for Spain to be more clinical ahead of their World Cup final meeting with Holland on Sunday.
The Euro 2008 champions have bounced back from their setback defeat to Switzerland in their opening game by securing five consecutive wins.
But the goals have not been flowing freely, and midfield ace Xavi believes his side must step up their attack against the Dutch if they are to raise the trophy in South Africa.
"It is clear we have not scored many goals," said Xavi.
"We are feeling very comfortable with the way we are playing, and we are creating plenty of opportunities.
"Usually when you do that, you tend to get goals.
"But we are not converting the chances to our normal percentage.
"Let's see if we can lift that because it will be particularly important tomorrow."
Misfiring striker Fernando Torres has struggled to find his form in the tournament and could be replaced in the starting line-up, as he was in the semi-final against Germany, by Barcelona youngster Pedro.
But five-goal front-man David Villa insists he would be happy to play alongside either forward in the decider.
"It would be a great honour to play with either of them," said the Barcelona-bound forward.
"They are both spectacular players who would help me to do my work around the pitch.
"But the beauty of our squad is that we have so many people like that. It is a pleasure to play with them all, so I will just leave it for the coach to decide."