Jordi Alba: Barcelona want Champions League glory again

The Spanish wing-back - who joined Camp Nou in the summer - is dreaming of European success this season & is eagerly anticipating Tuesday's match against Benfica in Lisbon
Jordi Alba has stressed that Barcelona have set their sights on Champions League glory at Wembley once more this term.

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The Catalan club beat Manchester United 3-1 in the final in London two seasons ago but were eliminated in the semi-finals of the competition last term, as eventual winners Chelsea proved to be too strong and blocked their way to the Munich-based final.

"It's our objective to make it to the Champions League final at Wembley and win the competition again," Jordi Alba told La 1.

The Spain international also briefly discussed Tuesday's Group G encounter away against Benfica and warned that the Portuguese side are a force to be reckoned with.

"We are talking about a great club here with some excellent players," he added. "They could certainly cause us a few problems."

Tuesday's match at the Estadio Da Luz kicks off at 20:45CET.