Spain Coach Vicente Del Bosque has admitted he remains unsure over who to take to the World Cup, but insists that’s a good thing.
Del Bosque was speaking at an event promoting La Roja’s medical partner for the tournament and revealed a little of his thinking on the squad to go to Brazil – but no names.
“Of course I have doubts, they’re nice to have, but we have many certainties and no doubt we will resolve everything in time,” Mundo Deportivo reports Del Bosque as saying.
Del Bosque declined to comment on the 23-man squad named by Brazil counterpart Felipe Scolari but did give his thoughts on the title race and the relegation battle.
“It’s good that there is competition at the top and the bottom,” he added.
“It’s very hard to predict. It’s a League that values what football is.
“At club level our teams are the best with two Spanish clubs in the Champions League final and one in the Europa League.
“I don’t think we could do any more and we’ll see if we can maintain this level.”