Spain coach Luis Enrique has held a virtual press conference from his home in which he fielded questions from a number of supporters.
Among his answers, he revealed that the door is open to return to Barcelona one day, while he also showed his admiration for Lionel Messi.
Luis Enrique began by paying tribute to everyone helping Spain fight coronavirus, thanking the medical staff, firemen and police officers on the front line.
He then opened the floor to questions; here are some highlights:
Messi: "The player that has impressed me most, in my career as a player and a coach, is Leo Messi, without any doubt. Andres Iniesta is close to Leo, but with respect to everyone else, there's a huge difference between (them and) Leo."
Barça: "I couldn't choose one moment as I was there for eight years as a player and three as coach, as well as another three as the Barça B manager. The whole experience stays with me. I feel fortunate to have spent so many years at the club. I have left the door open to (returning) to all the clubs I have coached, but my time at Barcelona was amazing and I will always be grateful."
Quarantine time: "I can explain what I do at home during the day. I try to help with the housework, like cooking and cleaning. I try to study English, watch football and also try and dedicate some time to relaxing... I don't play PlayStation, but I watch series, I read..."