Barcelona will try to dominate Manchester United in the Champions League quarter-final second leg tonight, according to goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
The Catalans hold a 1-0 lead from the first game at Old Trafford last week but Ter Stegen said on the eve of the return that Barca will not sit back and hope it was enough to progress.
"We don't have a very big advantage," the German said. "We want not only to defend it but also show that we are superior and we need to have a good game.
"We want to show that we are better than United and for that we have to beat them, and in our own way."
Barcelona have been knocked out in the quarter-finals three seasons running, throwing away a 4-1 first leg lead to lose 3-0 at AS Roma in the return and go out on away goals last year.
"The Roma defeat was tough but we're here a year later and (now) we are in this moment," added Ter Stegen.
Barca coach Ernesto Valverde said Lionel Messi was fit to play after his knock in the first leg from Chris Smalling.