Andres Iniesta is in his home town of Albacete for Spain’s final World Cup qualifier and in an interview with ‘Movistar, la voz de la Selección’, he explained that he is very happy at Barça and ““I am where I want to be and I belong at Barça, The Club knows and want me to continue, so I hope to be there, where I want to be, all the time I have left to play”.
Iniesta also talked about the team’s new coach and revealed: “Tata is a regular guy and the ideas he has and is transmitting to us are those we have always had. I’m expecting a great year and that’s the way things seem to be going”.
Xavi also full of praise for Tata
Xavi Hernández also spoke about Martino, in an interview with the Catalan radio station RAC1: “he’s somebody who is easy to get close to and he’s not aiming to change things – we are all clear that the philosophy of the Club mustn’t change”, even though many top European clubs certainly vary their style of play when they come up against Barça.
Tello determined to fight for his place
Finally, Cristian Tello – who has already played 222 minutes so far this season- gave an interview to the Catalan sports paper ‘Sport’ in which he insisted that he is keen to fight for a place in the first team: “I’ve ruled out leaving right now. I’m very happy and feeling good as part of the team”, though he admitted it’s no easy thing to establish himself in a team boasting Messi, Neymar Jr, Alexis and Pedro up front.