The winger is confident ahead of facing the Liga leaders but remains wary of the Blaugrana's ability to score at any moment
Despite the colossal task facing el Gran, with 36 points separating the two sides in the table, the man on loan from Benfica is remaining upbeat.
"It’s complicated, but we will try to be ourselves. If we can beat Deportivo, Real Madrid and Barcelona then it would be a few days worth celebrating," he told reporters at a press conference.
"We know it will be a difficult game, but we are preparing with the same intensity that we had against Madrid and Deportivo.
"Football is 11 against 11 and we have to play like we have been playing. Barcelona can score a goal in a second, we must try to be brave and outrun them."
Granada go into the game sat in 14th spot in La Liga.