The Spanish playmaker opened the scoring during Chelsea's 3-1 semifinal win over Monterrey on Thursday but is already setting his sights on Sunday's showpiece final.
The Spaniard scored the first and forced an own-goal for the third as the Blues ran out a comfortable 3-1 winner over Mexican side Monterrey to seal a spot in the final.
Mata admits that Rafael Benitez's men are taking the competition seriously and was happy with the way they applied themselves against Monterrey.
"I am so glad today for winning, the way that we won, for us it’s a very important tournament we want to win this trophy, to be world champions on Sunday and we will do our best to win," he told BBC Sport.
"I am very happy with the goal and the result, I think we started really well, we were really focused on scoring more goals and we did. 3-1 is a good result for us."
Corinthians secured its spot with a 1-0 win over Al-Ahly but created several chances and could have won by a greater margin.
The 24-year-old is wary of the threat the Brazilian's pose, but is confident Chelsea will make the trip to Japan worthwhile by bringing home the trophy.
"We have confidence about winning but we know Corinthians are one of the best teams in South America," he said. "It will be a football party and hopefully we will win."