He insisted, however, that the focus will firstly be on the La Liga clash with Deportivo La Coruna at the weekend.
"When we're not up to our usual standard, it's understandable for the players to feel downhearted, but we have been training really well over the past few days," Marca quotes Roura as saying. "The team looks to be in good spirits and fired up to make a comeback in the Milan match.
"We're not thinking about anything else [other than the Deportivo game]. We'll decide whether Lionel Messi will play against Deportivo or not tomorrow. Recovery time has a big influence on working out the lineup."
Barcelona have lost three of their last four games.