Despite last night’s comfortable 3-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk, Barcelona refuse to get carried away by their impressive start to the Champions League campaign.

“We’re on the right track, but we still haven’t achieved anything yet,” said captain Carles Puyol.

“The score line doesn’t really reflect what a tough match it was.

“All the games in this competition are very difficult and you can never afford to relax, but if we continue with this sort of attitude and enthusiasm everything will be a lot easier.”

Ronaldinho, meanwhile, was relieved to have scored his first goal of the season.

“I felt pretty inspired tonight as it was a special day for me because it was my mum’s birthday,” he said.

“I was happy to provide the pass for the first goal, but what I really wanted to do was to score.

“We scored three, but created a lot more chances in the game. The season has started very well for us, but we have still got a lot of work to do.”

Barca lead Group F on goal difference from Milan, with the two sides meeting at the San Siro on October 20 in the first of two back-to-back matches.

“The match in Milan is going to be a very difficult,” added Puyol.

“But we have got our own style of keeping the ball and looking for our chances. When you’ve got people up front like Ronaldinho, Eto’o and (Henrik) Larsson then the goals are bound to come.”