Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino believes Neymar is hitting his stride in La Liga after providing Lionel Messi with another assist in the 3-2 win over Sevilla on Saturday.
It was anything but smooth sailing for the Spanish champions, with Sevilla clawing back a two-goal deficit to level the match at the death.
Alexis Sanchez's injury time goal maintained Barca's 100% record, although Sevilla controversially had a goal ruled out, despite there appearing to be no infringement in the lead up to Ivan Rakitic's header.
Martino preferred to focus on the solid performance of Neymar, who continues to prove his relationship with Messi will deliver success to Barca.
"Neymar played a flawless game from all points of view," he said. "He's workng very hard for the team, even when defending. We're very happy with what he adds to the team. His partnership with Messi is doing well. This was his second assist. Soon we will be fresher and stronger.
"Cesc [Fabregas] is going through a very good spell. He gave us plenty in 15 minutes. I also thank Alexis -- he always offers us alternatives and makes things easier for me."
The Catalan side were often troubled from set pieces by their visitors, but Martino denies it will force him to change his tactics from dead ball situations.
"We will not change our man-marking at set pieces," he added. "It's hard to complement our side with zonal marking. We need to cover this space behind [Sergio] Busquets. We had problems when we retreated. We need to work better at this."
Meanwhile, Jordi Alba looks set for a spell on the sidelines after suffering a muscle tear in the first half of his side's victory.
A statement on the club website read: "Alba picked up a thigh muscle tear in his right leg this evening. The player will undergo additional tests on Sunday to determine the extent of the injury."