New Granada boss Abel Resino believes the signs are good at Granada after seeing his team grab at point in a 2-2 draw at Deportivo la Coruna.
Piti gave the Andalusians the lead on six minutes but Depor turned the game around with two goals in five minutes from Jose Rodriguez and Lucas Perez before the break, and seemed set to take all three points.
However, Robert Ibanez struck seven minutes from time and the hosts finished the match with 10 men after Luis Farina was sent off in the closing stages.
“This team wants to take a step forward and it’s true that some things need working on, but the signs are good,” he told a post-match Press conference.
“We played well in the first half and if we had made it 2-0 it would have been very different. After we equalised we could even have made it 3-2 but it’s a point against a good opponent and that allows us to be enthusiastic ahead of the next games.”