Xavi spoke about his certainty Lionel Messi will play at the 2022 World Cup and discussed his own Barcelona ambitions.
Former Barcelona star Xavi says he is "feeling okay" but is isolating after returning a positive COVID-19 test.
Barcelona great Xavi will not be taking over at Camp Nou for the time being after he decided to stay in Qatar for another season.
While outlining his future plans for Barcelona, Xavi insisted he will not come back unless he has the control to make decisions.
Linked with the Barcelona job earlier this year, Xavi said coaching his former club was still a dream.
Xavi has no doubt Barcelona star Lionel Messi is the greatest player of all-time.
Having turned down the chance to coach Barcelona in January, Xavi outlined his plans for taking the role in future.
After confirming he turned down the chance to take over at Barcelona, Xavi led Al Sadd to a 4-0 win over Al Duhail in the Qatar Cup final.
Xavi and Andres Iniesta helped to define an era at Barcelona as players, and the idea of returning as coaches certainly has an appeal.
Xavi is now "totally focused" on Al Sadd after days of uncertainty over whether he could take the Barcelona job.