Speaking ahead of next season, Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has seemingly thrown a jab FC Barcelona's way.
The Frenchman returned to Los Blancos' hotseat early in March, just 10 months after announcing his departure from the club.
With nothing to play for upon his return, Zidane has been able to focus on finishing the season positively and preparing for the 2019/20 campaign.
Discussing his objectives ahead of next season, the 46-year-old insisted his team will focus on winning the LaLiga trophy, and also reminded all how much ground Barca still have to make up if they are to catch up to Real's league title count.
"La Liga is very important. It's the daily objective," he told reporters, according to Fox Sports.
"It's going to be our first objective for the next season. We have 33 Liga titles. How many do Barcelona have?
"It's true they are doing great in the last few years, and we have to recognise them, but in our history there are many more titles.
"For me, it's the most important title to fight for."
The Blaugrana has won nine of the past 14 league titles in Spain, and are closing in on their 10th in 15 seasons.
Overall, the Catalan club is eight titles behind their rivals' record of 33 LaLiga trophy wins, having won the competition on 25 occasions.
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