The Colombia international was delighted with his side's progress to the final and has now set his sights on beating Benfica
Sevilla attacker Carlos Bacca has insisted that Unai Emery's men are not satisfied with just reaching the Europa League final at the expense of Valencia and made it clear that they want to beat Benfica to lift the trophy.
The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan side were beaten 3-1 on Thursday, but progressed on the away goals rule following their 2-0 home win last week.
"The final will be difficult against Benfica as they have had a great season and have eliminated one of the strongest teams in the competition," Bacca told Uefa's official website.
"Finals are not for playing, they are for winning. It's very nice to play a European final with Sevilla in my first season at this club.
"I came here because Sevilla are a big club and we fight for achievements like this.
"I would hope to win the final with a goal by me, but the important thing is that we manage to win the title."
The Europa League final takes place in Turin on May 14.