Andres Iniesta has set his sights on winning the Champions League with Barcelona this season.
Barca take on Spartak Moscow tonight in their opening group game and Iniesta is keen to avoid the semi-final heartbreak from last season, when the Catalans lost to eventual European champions Chelsea.
"I think we basically did everything well," he told UEFA.com.
"The only thing was that [Chelsea] scored their goals in stoppage-time, both away and at home.
"But we were close to making it to the final, just that bit of luck was missing. It just wasn't going to happen.
"Chelsea did an exceptional job and took advantage of their chances. If nothing else, we can learn from this."
This season's Champions League final will take place at Wembley Stadium in recognition of 150 years since the formation of the English Football Association, the world's oldest football association.
It will be the seventh occasion in which Wembley (new and old) has hosted the Champions League final, and the stadium has played host to two of the four finals that Barcelona have won in their history.
"It is a place, a stadium that is important to Barcelona, in this case because of the Champions League trophies we won there," said Iniesta, who recently scooped the UEFA Best Player in Europe trophy.
"So we have our minds focused on that, but there is still a very long road ahead of us.
"Football today is so balanced out that it's pretty difficult to make it into the final and to achieve things, but we take it with anticipation. We had a lot of joy to make it to the final and we will fight to the end."