Barcelona are hoping to see Lionel Messi lift three pieces of silverware this season, according to club president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
A talismanic presence in Catalunya was handed the captain’s armband on a permanent basis over the summer following the departure of Andres Iniesta.
Messi is no stranger to collecting major honours but will be desperate to enhance his CV in 2018-19 after becoming the official on-field leader at Camp Nou.
He has been playing his part in that quest as Barca have wobbled, with the Argentine superstar having netted 11 times across as many appearances.
Bartomeu hopes those efforts will deliver tangible reward, with domestic supremacy and European glory being chased down.
He told those in attendance at Barca’s general meeting: “We want to see Messi lifting the Champions League, the league and the cup.
“We are very eager to reign in Europe again but we won't forget La Liga.”
Barca have struggled for form in the Spanish top-flight of late, going four games without a win prior to the international break.
That run has seen questions asked of manager Ernesto Valverde, but he has been assured that he retains the full backing of his board.
Bartomeu added: “Ernesto Valverde's season [last year] was very good.
“And it's not easy to coach Barcelona. He won our seventh league in 10 years and the fourth consecutive cup.
“We have a very respected coach who believes in our model.”
Bartomeu is convinced that future successes lie in store for Barca on and off the field, with the club in a healthy position after overcoming many of the obstacles placed in front of them.
He said: “I am convinced that Barcelona are very strong, more sustainable, more committed and more supportive than ever.
“We have managed to overcome all types of problems, including economically as there are increasingly more clubs that are funded by investment companies.
“Who could have imagined that we would win 49 titles, that we would have the women's football set up that we have, the Masia 360 project, the Barca Innovation Hub, the Empire State building lighting up in our colours, winning two Champions League titles or that we would have the biggest sponsorship income of any club?”
The next challenge facing Barca will see them welcome La Liga high-fliers Sevilla to Camp Nou on Saturday, with victory required in that contest for Valverde’s side to move back to the summit.