Sergio Busquets sadly analysed Barcelona's 2-0 win over Getafe as the Catalans said goodbye to another season at Camp Nou.
Barça's win came after the Champions League loss to Liverpool and led to a frosty atmosphere in the Blaugrana's penultimate league game of the season.
"We knew we had to play today, but it was really difficult for everyone," Busquets told reporters. "We wanted to be at 100 percent but it was a struggle because of what happened [at Liverpool].
"We have to keep going and we have to focus on the Copa del Rey final. Hopefully the wound which the club, the fans and the players have will heal.
"The challenge ahead isn't a small one, either. The double's no small thing but the wound from Liverpool is deep. We have to keep going and hopefully those that are injured recover quickly."
Busquets was also asked about the whistles aimed at the players and said: "We have to be grateful to the fans. It seems that we're not living in this world at times, but we are. We know how the fans are feeling but their behaviour has been spectacular.
"They showed their disappointment at first, but after that they were 10 out of 10. We're all pissed off, but we have to keep on going. There's nothing else for it."