Getafe goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya says he is not afraid of their tough fixtures at the start of the new La Liga season.
The Madrid club face Sevilla, Real Madrid, Deportivo de La Coruna and Barcelona in the opening four rounds of the 2012-13 campaign yet, rather than dreading the prospect, the 28-year-old former Valencia player insists he is full of confidence.
“Afraid? Sevilla, Real Madrid and Barcelona are very dangerous from Getafe’s point of view and it is a difficult start.
“However, we have known the fixture list for a while and will approach each game with confidence, knowing we have a chance against any opponent,” he told a Press conference.
Moya signed a four-year deal at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez this summer after spending last term on loan with Los Azulones, although despite 36 La Liga appearances he reckons he is still not a permanent fixture in the side.
“I feel that last year I played almost every game and I claimed the goalkeeper’s jersey, but I know from experience that you can lose your place at any time.
“I am aware that I’m not irreplaceable,” he explained
Moya declared himself optimistic about his team’s chances this season and is looking forward to the opener against Sevilla at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday.
“We go into the game in form and injury free following a good win over Lazio. We are feeling good.”