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The Chilean says his sole focus is to make Luis Enrique's decision a tough one as he battles Marc-Andre ter Stegen for a starting berth

Claudio Bravo says he is still unsure who will be named Barcelona's No. 1 goalkeeper for the start of the season - but is determined to stake his claim.

The Chile international joined from Real Sociedad this summer along with rising Germany star Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who was signed from Borussia Monchengladbach.

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With Victor Valdes having left Camp Nou at the end of his contract, the question over who head coach Luis Enrique will select as his first-choice keeper is yet to be answered, and Bravo admits the players themselves are still fighting for the spot.

"Luis Enrique hasn't told us anything. We don't know and we don't have to ask for explanations, we're there to make it hard for the coach and let him decide," he told reporters. "The important thing is I've worked very well and been very comfortable in recent weeks, the reception from the squad has been amazing."

Luis Enrique already has confirmed Bravo will start in goal to face Napoli in Wednesday's preseason friendly, and the Chilean was eager to stress that the game was important for the team's preparations.

"All matches are as important, whoever plays in goal. The team is what counts," he said.