Casillas wants all four
Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas admits he "respects" Barcelona and their former coach but is targeting all four trophies next season.
The 31-year-old put in another solid performance last season as the capital outfit beat the Catalans to the La Liga title, with the two Spanish giants set to battle it out once again next season for domestic silverware.
Barca are still considered to be the best club side in the world despite their lack of trophies last term but Casillas, while praising his club's fierce rivals, insists he is much more concerned about what is happening in Madrid and wants a quartet of trophies next term.
"I respect Barcelona and what Guardiola does, but what interests me is Real Madrid and trying to win all possible competitions," he said. "We will start the season in a good way, facing Valencia, a team that plays very well and that always makes things very difficult. The goal is to keep winning titles.
"I want to win the four competitions with Madrid: the Spanish Supercopa, La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League."