Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will look to end his Primera Liga Camp Nou scoring drought when the champions take on Malaga tonight.
Ibrahimovic has not scored at home in the league for Barca since the derby win over Espanyol in mid-December and although he says he does not obsess about scoring goals he feels goals are always good for his confidence.
"I'm not obsessed by goals. I work as best as I can to help the team and I like to score goals because it is good for the group. Scoring goals gives you more confidence and that's positive," he is quoted as saying by Sport.
"Among those I have scored so far, I think about the one I got against Real Madrid. It's from the match between the two best teams in the world. I have a great memory of that game and scoring the winning goal."
The Swedish forward also insisted that Barca can complete the league and Champions League double this season.
"I want to win the league and the Champions League. I don't want to choose just one ... we will go for two and we can get both," he remarked.