Cesc Fabregas has said that Barcelona have the ability to get even better following their Club World Cup victory over Brazilian club Santos. Barcelona won the Club World Cup on Sunday after a 4-0 thrashing of Brazilian club Santos.

It was billed as the match between Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Santos' Neymar, but it turned out to be no contest for Barcelona, as the Catalan giants ran out 4-0 winners. Cesc Fabregas was on the score sheet for Barcelona along with Xavi and Lionel Messi. Now, the former Arsenal midfielder has said that Barcelona have the ability to up the ante even more by becoming an extraordinary side following the win.

This is the second Club World Cup victory for Barcelona in three seasons. Cesc Fabregas believes that Barcelona will certainly be untouchable in the next few years, but they need to be working hard in order to do so. Cesc Fabregas signed from Arsenal in a £ 30 million deal in the summer after failing to win trophies during his six-year stay with Arsenal. However, immediately after signing with Barcelona, he has now won a number of major trophies including the Club World Cup. Now, he says that even though it will be difficult for Barcelona to keep up the hunger, the age of the side means that it will be slightly easier.

“We are very young players and I still believe that we will keep this hunger. Obviously you cannot win every single year, that’s impossible, but we have to do the best we can try to do it. It’s great, they are the best players in the world,” he enthused. “They create so many spaces and so many chances,” he reasoned. Earlier, many criticised his move to Barcelona, but now there will be no complaints.