Ernesto Valverde has called on Barcelona to give Andres Iniesta the perfect send-off when the midfielder plays his final game for the club on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Football.
The 34-year-old will bring the curtain down on his glittering Barca career against Real Sociedad at the Nou Camp before moving on to pastures new this summer.
Iniesta, a European Championship and World Cup winner with Spain, has won 32 trophies during his 16-year spell in the La Liga giants' first team.
And Valverde wants his side to ensure Iniesta ends his time at the club on a high.
"We want to finish the year well against a good team," Valverde said.
"It is an important game for all blaugranas because of what Andres Iniesta means and we want to end with a victory."
Iniesta's departure will create a big hole in the La Liga champions' side, but Valverde is confident they can cope without him.
"We won't get a replica of Andres Iniesta," Valverde added. "We have players like Denis Suarez, (Carles) Alena or (Philippe) Coutinho, who are similar but a little more attack-minded. All of us will have to make up for his absence together."
Barca's hopes of finishing their league campaign unbeaten blew up in smoke when they suffered a 5-4 defeat at Levante in their penultimate game last week.