Diego Simeone is looking for improvement from Atletico Madrid despite securing Champions League qualification once more.
A 74th-minute goal from Diego Costa saw 10-man Atletico overcome Real Betis 1-0 on Saturday to qualify for the Champions League for an eighth straight season.
Atletico had only played in Europe's top club competitions eight times in total before qualifying for the 2013-14 Champions League.
But head coach Simeone is refusing to rest, eager for Atletico to continue growing.
"I don't stop to analyse what is being done," he told a news conference, via AS.
"We always seek to improve and grow and the only way is to give the club the possibility with our work on the field that they can manage the tremendous growth of the club in these years.
"If there was a moment to qualify for the Champions League as it was, it was what happened in the match, because this is us.
"They hit us and we got up and we always compete and we will continue to compete, having all the energy so that all four legs – fans, players, coach and club – we stay firm.
"This is Atletico Madrid and I think that in the second half when it seemed that everything was going to suffer, we won."
Costa's winner came 17 minutes after Atletico were reduced to 10 men when Mario Hermoso was sent off.
Atletico are on a 16-match unbeaten run ahead of visiting Getafe on Thursday.