Dani Alves says Barcelona are fully focused on the Club World Cup, with their El Clasico heroics a thing of the past.
Barca are in Japan looking to reclaim the global crown they last secured in 2009.
They have arrived in Asia buoyed by a 3-1 derby victory over Real Madrid in their last domestic outing.
A come-from-behind success at Santiago Bernabeu has fired them back to the top of the Primera Liga and offered the perfect preparation for a shot at Club World Cup glory.
Pep Guardiola's side are not ones to dwell on previous successes, though, and have already switched their attention to the next task in hand.
Qatari outfit Al-Sadd represent the next hurdle in their path and Alves insists Barcelona are as determined as ever to get their hands on another piece of major silverware.
"We will try to analyse the opponent and beat them," said the Brazilian full-back in quotes reported on the Marca website.
"We have concentrated on getting things right in this competition, we have done the hard work."
Guardiola's players took part in a training session on Monday at the home stadium of the Yokohama Marinos team, with their semi-final against Al-Sadd scheduled for Thursday.