Villarreal midfielder Vicente Iborra is happy to be over his injury problems and back in action.
Iborra insists he’s prepared to work through coach Unai Emery’s rotations when called.
He said, “I’m not delighted, because I believe that I need to stay calm, but I’m very happy, as if I had made my debut again. I’m keen to continue working hard, improving and helping the team when it’s my turn to do so.
“I’ve needed to have patience, but I know it’s a long season, and the most important thing is to be ready and respond when it’s my turn. I’m ready, and when the manager decides, I will give my best for the team.”
Iborra added: “Sincerely, it isn’t easy because everyone tries to find their own way of being important, but us players feel important on the pitch. I have had to accept my role and help in other ways. When the team wins, it doesn’t matter, because we’re all important, but when the team doesn’t win, it’s when you really find it tough because you can’t help.”