The former Arsenal midfielder is hungry for more silverware with the Camp Nou giants in 2012 but admitted that he is "longing" to win Europe's premier club competition
The former Arsenal star has already lifted the Club World Cup, Uefa Supercup and Spanish Supercopa since his return to Camp Nou, and Fabregas is hungry for more in the new year.
"I want to achieve many successes and win many titles with Barcelona in 2012," Fabregas said on his official Twitter account.
"I am dreaming of winning the treble. If I have to choose, I want the Champions League most, and then La Liga.
"The title I'm longing for the most is the Champions League. This competition gives me a special feeling and is valued the most by the majority of the players."
Barcelona lock horns with Bayer Leverkusen in the round of 16 of the Champions League, which will resume in mid-February. Meanwhile, the Blaugrana will host Osasuna on Wednesday in the first leg of the Copa del Rey last-16, before taking on Espanyol in La Liga on Sunday.
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