Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal has claimed that there are ‘no limits’ to how far Jese can go in the game.
The 20-year-old striker has been a revelation since coming into Carlo Ancelotti’s team at the start of the season.
And his former Cantera teammate has admitted that the forward can go to the World Cup on current form.
“I’ve known him quite a while as we were together in the lower categories and I’m not surprised at how he’s performing,” he told reporters.
“There are no limits to how far Jese can go. He’s in a golden moment of form right now and the team really notices it.
“Jesé’s a great player, who is hitting form but the person who will decide is Del Bosque.
“For me, my priority is to do my job well, gain more minutes with Real Madrid and with the Under-21s and if I receive a call from the senior side, I will accept with open arms.”
The full-back then commented on Los Blancos’ bid for domestic and European success, as well as Coach Carlo Ancelotti.
“Our minds are focused on Saturday’s game, beating Elche and collecting three more points.
“The three of us are closely bunched at the top but we are not thinking about our rivals, clinching top spot depends on us”.
“We are a group and all of us contribute. We are united as a team and now have found a sense of equilibrium.
“At the start of the campaign we struggled because there were so many new players in the squad and on top of that, the boss was trying to introduce a different style of play”.
“I’ve got no complaints at all about the boss. He is unambiguous – he’s exactly the same person you see in Press conferences.
“He maintains harmony within the squad and creates a good atmosphere. He keeps all of us on our toes and never creates any problems with anyone.”