It's been nearly four months since Xavi returned to Barcelona and the results have been nothing but impressive for the former Blaugrana midfielder and his side.
Sunday's 4-0 smashing of rival Real Madrid was the ultimate sign that Barcelona is close to restoring the success that they've had in the past.
Early on there were concerns about Xavi's coaching minimal coaching resume, which only consisted of roughly two-and-a-half years in Qatar's top flight with Al Sadd.
However, what many people underestimated was Xavi's love for Barcelona, and more importantly, his understanding for how the club ran during the height of the Blaugrana's success in the 2000's and 2010's.
The Camp Nou side may not have Lionel Messi or Neymar at its disposal any longer, but what they do have is immense youth and players that have bought into Xavi's Juego de Position.
The legendary midfielder doesn't play the same style of football that previous Barca sides have been known for over the years with the Tiki Taka way that made the club so attractive over recent decades.