Winger Jesus Navas is adamant Spain have come to Brazil with one aim in mind – to win the Confederations Cup.
The new Manchester City signing appeared at a Press conference in Recife on Spain’s first day in the South American country and left gathered media in doubt what La Roja’s intentions are.
“For us the importance of the Confederations Cup is massive. It’s a title we don’t have and we are very much looking forward to competing in it. We’re here to fight and win this tournament,” declared Navas.
The former Sevilla player asserted that ‘we can’t wait to get started’ and believes the first game against Uruguay will be vital.
“They are our strongest rivals in the group and it’s a great challenge for us. We know the first game is always the most important, but we are confident we’ll do well and we will be going all out.”
The 27-year-old World Cup winner also spoke of his move to City and his desire to do well in the Premier League.
“It was a decision I made because I wanted a new experience. However, playing in Spain or abroad we are all the same. Everyone wants to do well and fight for the title,” he concluded.