Joan Laporta believes Barcelona's strong contingent of players within the Spain squad can help propel the national side to victory at the World Cup.
A 7-0 demolition of Costa Rica was followed by a 1-1 draw with Germany and has put the 2010 champions on the brink of qualifying for the knockout stage.
Young Barca pair Gavi and Pedri have caught the eye in midfield during the opening two fixtures, while Ferran Torres hit a brace against Costa Rica.
Laporta expressed his pride at their performances, with the Barcelona president believing Spain's positive displays are down to head coach Xavi's work at club level.
"I think it's fantastic. It gives pride for Barcelona to see how the national team is playing and how our players are doing," he told AS.
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"[Spain head coach] Luis Enrique has been able to take on all the pressure, which is a way to relieve all the pressure on the players.
"He has been very brave betting on very young players who are falling in love with the world and it just so happens that most are from Barca.
"The good role of Luis Enrique's national team is also thanks to the good work that Xavi is doing in Barcelona, where there are the most players.
"For me, Spain, along with Brazil and France, are the big favourites of the tournament."
Spain face Japan in their final group match, where victory would confirm top spot.