The versatile attacker feels the Blaugrana and the national side both try to play attractive football, and has insisted they will not change their stylePedro has laughed off suggestions that Barcelona and Spain are boring to watch as he feels both teams play entertaining and attacking football.
Inter president Massimo Moratti recently voiced his opinion that the Blaugrana are not an exciting team, particularly when Lionel Messi is missing, but the 25-year-old has insisted that they will stick to their own methods.
"It's tough for us to hear that Barca and the national team are boring to watch. Supposedly, we play attractive football, one-touch football, which is what people want to see," Pedro told Marca.
"We've all got our own opinions, our own way of appreciating the game. We believe in our philosophy and think, that for the good of football, it's better to play that way.
"We know that we have to remain patient on the ball, but it's frustrating sometimes. There are games that you completely dominate and suddenly you're behind and you ask yourself how that's possible.
"Both at Barca and the Spanish national team we know that the best way to win is by sticking to our philosophy."
Pedro has netted two goals in 16 official appearances for Barca this term.