Sergio Busquets talks Barça while on duty with Spain
The Catalan midfielder addressed questions about the team in an interview given to the Spanish media on Thursday
Sergio Busquets, away with the Spanish National Team during the current international break, gave a radio interview Thursday in which he answered several questions about FC Barcelona’s successes so far this season.
“We’re on a very good run right now,” he said. “We’re not a picture of perfection, but we’re solid and compact. Teams are having a tough time scoring goals against us, and that makes us happy.”
“The team knows we lost a very important player and we modified our system. Of course there are things you gain and things you lose, but being compact is paramount. That’s how you build a winning team.”
Asked about his teammate, Luis Suárez, Busquets gave nothing but praise. “He has a lot of experience. And beyond his goal scoring numbers, he brings a lot to the field. Sooner or later, he’ll score.
Busquets, who was also asked about his imminent milestone of 450 appearances, showed his humility. “I hope I can keep contributing to Barça and the national team. It makes you feel proud and an important member of the team.”