Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has denied that he has been frustrated with Munir El Haddadi's and Sandro Ramirez's lack of development over the last few months.
The two youngsters were both regularly involved with the first team earlier in the season due to Luis Suarez's absence.
Neither has featured in 2015, but Enrique has insisted that the pair will play their part in the future.
"Not at all, quite the opposite. They need playing time but I can't give that to all the players. They are playing with Barca B so we can see if they can help us in the future," Enrique told reporters.
El Haddadi has scored once in 16 first-team games for Barcelona, while Sandro has registered four in 12.