Alvaro Negredo has admitted that Tuesday’s game against Georgia will be a difficult one for Spain.
La Roja need just a point in Albacete to qualify for the World Cup, but the striker has insisted it will be a tough challenge.
“It's hard with the National Team,” he told a Press conference.
“There are many good players, that's why when we come on the pitch we give it our all, and there are times when it goes well and others when it doesn't.
“The truth is that I've been lucky in the last matches, you need to make the most of it.
“It will be difficult, they will be at the back, but the truth is that the matches are getting tougher, but we don't let them get away."
The Manchester City forward then commented on Diego Costa’s proposed inclusion in the Spain squad.
"He's a great player, Del Bosque has to decide whether he comes or not."