Getafe boss Luis Garcia has admitted that he is looking forward to his team's match with Rayo Vallencano on Monday.
The Azulones will travel across Madrid to face Paco Jemez's side, and the 40-year-old has claimed that the match is bound to be an even one.
“We will try to impose our football,” he told a Press conference. “It is going to be an important match for both sides – a very even game.
“It is between two teams that are in a good run of form. I am looking forward to a nice match.”
He then responded to questions regarding who was the capital's third team behind Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid – his side or Rayo Vallecano?
“I will answer this with a phrase said by my friend Javi Fuego,” he said. “Madrid's first team for me is Getafe.
“It is my team, so for me, we are the first – more important that Real Madrid, Atletico and Rayo. It is the team that I care about the most.”