Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has passed on some simple advice to his players from his late mentor Johan Cruyff ahead of their clash with Paris St Germain: Enjoy it.
Guardialoa's message comes a day before his side meets PSG in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final in Paris on Wednesday night.
"Enjoy the travel, the coffee in the terminal, the night and the dinner, watching the other semi-final," Guardiola told reporters while describing Cruyff's philosophy.
"Enjoy the press conference, the walk, the training.
"We are privileged to be one of the best four teams in Europe and we must enjoy it. Cruyff's idea was like this."
Cruyff created Barcelona's 'Dream Team' with players such as Guardiola and led them to their first European Cup in 1992.
City last reached a semi-final in 2016 under Manuel Pellegrini, when they were knocked out by Real Madrid. Guardiola is hoping to go one step further.
City take on a PSG side stacked with talent such as Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria leading the line and Marco Verratti in midfield.
But Guardiola said he would not be changing their blueprint when playing Mauricio Pochettino's side.
"The best balance is to have the ball. If you have the ball all the time the balance is there," he said.
"They have a lot of weapons. They're used to playing teams who defend 90 minutes, they find a way. That's not the best way to defend against the team who have everything.
"The best way is to impose your game like we have for five years ... We know the opponents. The way we enjoy to play is having the ball."