Barcelona "made a tremendous effort" in the transfer window, according to head coach Xavi, who also confirmed the imminent signing of Marcos Alonso.
Barca recruited heavily during the transfer window, welcoming a wealth of major recruits from across Europe.
The club's well-documented financial troubles forced them to find creative solutions to register players such as Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Kounde, while they also moved for several free transfers in the market.
Former academy player Hector Bellerín returned on Thursday following his release by Arsenal, while it is expected that Marcos Alonso will join by the end of Friday after his contract was terminated by Chelsea.
Ahead of his side's trip to Sevilla, Xavi expressed his delight with Barca's transfer progress at a press conference on Friday.
"The club has made a tremendous effort," he said. "We have a competitive squad, we need to prove it. We are very happy and satisfied with where we are.
"[It] has lacked some players, [but I am] happy and satisfied. [It has been] between the best and the intermediate [outcome]."
He also confirmed the expected arrival of Alonso, adding: "I wanted full-backs. What we needed more was a right-back. Bellerín is going to help us a lot, and Alonso too. I'm delighted with both signings.
"The registration of Alonso? Yes, we are optimistic that everything will be resolved today before midnight. We are convinced that he can be registered for the Champions League."
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Despite the addition of Alonso, Xavi clarified the importance of Jordi Alba, who reportedly came close to a move to Serie A giants Inter.
"Jordi Alba is one of the squad and will be important," he added. "He has to be key with his experience, his seniority. I have no complaints with Jordi. He will play, I'm sure he will play."