Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Lopez has claimed that the team are focusing only on the League match with Rayo Vallecano this evening.
Los Blancos play Paco Jemez's men at Santiago Bernabeu tonight, and the shot-stopper has insisted that they are thinking entirely of the threat posed by the Franjirrojos, despite playing Manchester United in the Champions League in 10 days' time.
“I think that all of us in the squad don't think of a La Liga match as a bother,” he told a Press conference.
“There are three points that we have to try to win and play a great game. We have to build up our confidence, but we realise that it'll be a tough game.
“The most important thing right now is Rayo – a League game that we have to win.
“They are an extremely dangerous team, who play good, dynamic football. We'll have to play well to win.”