Barcelona forward Neymar is excited about his first meeting with Real Madrid on Saturday.
The Brazil international joined Barca from Santos in the summer for £48.6m and has scored three goals in 13 games.
"The Clasico is the most important game for any player," the 21-year-old told the club website.
"It's the match every player wants to play in. It's the game where each player wants to play his best football."
He added: "This will be my first Clasico and I hope to have a great debut, preferably with a victory."
Champions Barcelona lead La Liga, three points above third-placed Real, after dropping only two points from their opening nine games.
And Neymar is not worried about the pressure, saying: "I think the anxiety is the same before any match. I understand that we're talking about a very important Clasico but I think that butterfly-in-the-stomach feeling is the same before any game."
Coach Gerardo Martino, who replaced Tito Vilanova in the summer, is not worried about coming into the game on the back of two draws.
Meanwhile, Barcelona fans will form a mosaic for Vilanova, who quit in July to continue treatment for cancer.
A club statement read: "Once FC Barcelona and Real Madrid jump out onto the pitch on Saturday afternoon, the fans in the Camp Nou send a message of encouragement to the former FC Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova with a mosaic that will read 'Forca Tito'.
"The mosaic, which will be made up of 98,000 individual pieces, will combine the Blaugrana [Barcelona] colours with the colours of the senyera [Catalan flag]."