Málaga's ex-Barcelona striker Sandro Ramírez says he's determined to do his old club a LaLiga-winning favour when Real Madrid travel to La Rosaleda on Sunday.
Barça go into the final day of the season needing to beat Eibar and see Real lose in Andalusia if they're to claim the championship ahead of Los Blancos.
Former Barcelona man hoping for "dream day" against Real Madrid
And Blaugrana youth product Sandro, who left the Camp Nou to join Málaga last summer, told the Spanish television programme 'LaLiga World' on Thursday: "Hopefully I can score and hand the title to Barcelona.
"Hopefully it's a dream day; I owe them [Barça] everything."
Sandro savouring sterling season at Málaga
Sandro, 21, has enjoyed a fine campaign at Málaga, netting 16 goals in 30 games for Míchel's men - including one against Barça in a win over the Catalans in April.
The Canary Islander's form has led him to be heavily linked with a summer move, with a host of clubs in Spain and abroad said to be chasing him.