Joan Laporta has admitted that he is finding it difficult to contain his happiness with his current Barcelona team, after they crushed Sevilla yesterday evening.
The win for Barca means they are still six points clear at the top of the table and on course to win the treble this season.
Laporta told Marca that the fans "are enjoying themselves" and that "this football makes it hard to contain the excitement".
He did admit though that the wins up to now are "not sufficient" to guarantee any titles and that "nothing is won yet".
The president also reacted to comments made by a former president, Josep Lluis Nunez, who said that this team is better than the famous 'Dream Team'.
He stated that "only results will show if it is" and urged his side not to think too far ahead.
"We should be humble because we have not won anything yet and we know that will happen if we do win...We should not think beyond the immediate future," he explained.
The president also wanted to acknowledge the support of the fans, which he said would be "decisive in this final stage".
James Walker-Roberts, Goal.com