The playmaker rocked up at the Nou Camp last month, joining the La Liga giants from Liverpool in a mega £142m deal.
And he’s already played his part in them reaching the final of the Copa del Rey, where they’ll play Sevilla.
Coutinho will not be involved when Barcelona face Chelsea in the Champions League because he’s cup-tied.
But he looks set to win the first league title his career with Ernesto Valverde’s men seven points clear at the top of La Liga.
Coutinho has now revealed he’s keen to follow in the footsteps of Neymar, who won eight trophies with Barcelona before heading to Paris Saint-Germain last summer.
“Teammate with the national team, he did really well at Barca and won everything,” Coutinho told Sport while discussing fellow Brazilians that have starred at the Nou Camp in the past.
“They all made history here and I hope I can do the same.”
Coutinho also opened up on his admiration for countryman and Barcelona legend Ronaldinho.
Philippe Coutinho joined Barcelona from Liverpool in a mega £142m deal last month
Neymar and Philippe Coutinho play together for Brazil
“Ronaldinho was always my idol,” he added.
“His history here with the club is special. Without doubt, my great idol. He added a lot to Barca.”
Coutinho hailed Rivaldo too, saying: “He had so much quality, scored loads of goals and had great vision.
“He was strong and explosive. He made history at Barcelona.”