Atletico Madrid midfielder Tiago insists the club will have no problem turning their attention back to the fight for the Primera Division title, and Sunday's derby at Getafe, after reaching the Champions League semi-finals.
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The league leaders ended Barcelona's hopes of European glory to make the last four on Wednesday and keep alive the prospect of a magnificent double.
The capital club went into the weekend a point clear of the Catalans and three ahead of Real, but will have to respond to the results of their two title rivals, with both in action on Saturday.
Opponents Getafe have plenty to fight for themselves as they battle to avoid the drop and Tiago says the visitors will not take them lightly.
"My head is in Getafe," he said on the Atletico website. "We have a very difficult match on Sunday. We know what we have to do to be a strong team and we can't change anything.
"We're enthusiastic, we want to recover well and be prepared and ready to get to Getafe and only think of winning."
Diego Simeone's side have to refocus after a hugely emotional night at the Vicente Calderon in midweek when they shut out Barca to reach the semi-finals of Europe's top cup competition for the first time in 40 years, and Friday's draw which paired them with outsiders Chelsea.
But they have form on their side, having won their last six league matches, conceding just one goal in the process.
Getafe, in contrast, went into the weekend third bottom of the standings, and without a home win since Christmas.