Pepe Reina believes that Spain have been drawn a ‘tough group’ for next summer’s World Cup.
La Roja have been paired with Chile, Holland and Australia for the tournament in Brazil, but the goalkeeper is confident that with the right attitude, his men can get to the latter stages.
“It’s a tough group,” he told Cadena Cope. “But you can’t moan about it – that’s not good to anyone.
“We have to go there and be brave, and have the desire to compete at our best possible level.
“There’s plenty of time to go until the World Cup. Right now we are not enjoying the best of times, but we have seven months to change things.
“That all depends on us. We don’t fear anyone.
“The World Cup is always tough, but that’s the way it should be.”