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Terrats’ dream
Terrats’ dream

The Villarreal player admits to being very happy and enjoying football with the Yellows

Ramón Terrats is happy enjoying football and getting the best out of himself as a Villarreal CF player. The Catalan player, who joined in January from Girona FC, has quickly adapted to the club and has convinced Quique Setién to the point that he has become a very important player for the Submarine.

Faced with this situation, Terrats is calm and optimistic, focused on his work and on giving his best for Villarreal: “I’m very calm and very comfortable. I’m playing football, which is what I like the most. I rely a lot on the people around me: my family and my friends. I have my feet on the ground and I am just enjoying myself.”

The midfielder is living a sweet moment, which he puts down to perseverance and hard work: “I’ve been working hard for a long time. I’ve been given the opportunity and I think I’ve made the most of it. I’ll work hard to keep being in the starting lineup and I’ll work to earn my minutes.”

After the slip-up against Real Valladolid (1-2), Terrats recognises that Villarreal want to taste victory again against Sevilla FC: “It’s a very important game. We want to get back to winning ways and forget the run of form against Real Valladolid. They are a talented and physical team. They will want to win in front of their home fans and the change of head coach has helped them to improve.”

As for the recipe to beat Sevilla, the Yellows No.39 predicts a tough game in which concentration will be fundamental: “They have a very good team. It will be a tough match. We want to have the ball and avoid their transitions. We need to be fully focused and be aware of the smallest details. We must have everything under control.”

Finally, Terrats is in favour of not looking at the standings and focusing on winning every game: “Europe is close, but we have to focus on taking it one game at a time and making it three out of three. If we manage to do that, we will achieve our objectives.”