Real Madrid goalkeeper Antonio Adan has insisted that he won't give up on his ambition of becoming a regular for the club.
The 25-year-old has been a perennial substitute for Los Blancos, and has dropped further down the pecking order this season after the arrival of Diego Lopez from Sevilla.
But the Madrid-born shot-stopper has claimed that he wants to earn the confidence of Jose Mourinho.
“I am not one to give up,” he told goal.com. “I go to the training ground every day with the intention to do well and win the confidence of the Coach.
“I feel privileged to be a professional footballer and especially at a club like Real Madrid. I am happy and just thinking about working for myself and the team.”
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