The 28-year-old has revealed Barca will be aiming to make up for last year's failure in the Champions League and La Liga, and says he will quit the club when the time is right
The Catalan giants won the Copa del Rey, Uefa Super Cup, Club World Cup and Spanish Super Cup but had to watch rivals Real Madrid secure La Liga and Chelsea's Champions League success.
But the 28-year-old has insisted Barca can draw on the disappointment on missing out on the Spanish Primera Division title and Champions League to inspire them to success in these competitions this year.
"In 2012 we were right on the verge of where we needed to be to win things, but we just fell a little short," he told FIFA.com.
"This year we’ll use that as an incentive to fight for every trophy once more.
"At Barca, we're always expected to fight for every title and that's what we did. And we've gone all the way in other years, even though we fell short last time."
Meanwhile, the World Cup winner also revealed he does not plan to leave Camp Nou anytime soon, but admits he will let his form dictate how long he has left in Barca colours.
He added: "Leaving doesn’t even cross my mind right now because I’m in the best place I could ever be. That said, it’ll be my performances that decide how long I carry on.
"The day that I don’t feel I can give 100 per cent [I’ll stop], because I wouldn’t want to cheat the club."