Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes says the main message he and his team-mates have received from new coach Gerardo Martino is that they must retain their hunger for winning trophies.
The Argentinian coach met his new squad and coaching staff for the first time on Saturday morning before watching them trounce Norwegian side Valerenga 7-0 in Oslo.
Martino takes over a side that in the past five years has won four Primera Division titles, two Champions League trophies and the Copa del Rey twice.
But speaking during a promotional day in Barcelona, Valdes revealed that the new boss has urged his players to keep on striving for even more success.
"He told us that we cannot lose our desire to win," he said. "We were only able to speak for a little bit, but we could see he was very excited, this is a huge project.
"He'll want to make his own mark on the team and show his personality. He seems like a coach who is very close to his players.
"Above all, he asked us to keep on winning. Little by little we will start to see what his style is."
Martino is the sixth coach Valdes has worked with in his 11-year career with the Catalan side, and he insisted the team will treat their new boss like any other.
"The squad has always adapted to every coach we have had, " he added.
"We are a team of very good sportsmen and very good people and we will carry out the orders he gives us, as we have done with every other coach.
"He has told us that he will also try and adapt to the team so he doesn't change the dynamics too much. I think he is a very positive appointment."
Valdes, whose contract with Barcelona expires next June, confirmed he would leave the club at the end of the 2013-14 campaign, stressing that "it will be a very special season".
The former Southampton youth-team prospect, 23, joined the Bees in 2009 and went on to make more than 60 appearances for the London club, prompting an approach from the Bluebirds.
"We would have loved to have kept him but we wish him all the luck in the world," Rosler told the club's official website.
"He has the capability to step up to that level, he has a lot to learn but with Cardiff manager Malky Mackay and his coaching team, he is in good hands.
"We have all our young players on long-term contracts and if clubs come in for them, they have to pay.
"He had a good season last year and like Tom Adeyemi, who joined Birmingham City, he deserved the move upwards."
Moore moves to City for an undisclosed transfer fee while Brentford sporting director Mark Warburton has given Rosler the green light to find a suitable replacement.