Carles Gil: "What we have to do is forget about what’s happened throughout the season and focus only on Villarreal"

12/05/2017 21:37

Regarding Sunday’s game against Villarreal (8 pm, Bein Sports), Carles Gil stated in Abegondo's press room “we know what we have to do, we know that three points is what we need. And we're going to Villarreal with that idea”.

The Deportivista forward said “we’re lucky that a win saves us. We don’t depend on anybody, we depend on ourselves. Stuck where we are, it’s the best situation to be in”.

Asked about his physical state, he replied “I feel better. I’ve had moments of pain which stopped me from being 100%. Luckily I feel better”.

Referring to Villarreal he pointed out, “they’ve been proving for many years now the kind of team they are, the kind of club it is. They’ve done really well since they promoted from Segunda. They have top-quality players. We know they like to keep the ball a lot and that they combine very well. They have a broad squad. We know it’s going to be a difficult game but we’re going to have our options”.

“It’s a match where we’re playing for our life. Therefore, we have to go for them and that's it”, he added.

After the team's last results, Carles Gil pointed out, “we understand why people have lost faith. If you don’t win, people lose faith. What matters is us. Despite the way the game went in Pamplona, we nearly won. Each game is a different world. What we have to do is forget about what’s happened throughout the season and focus only on Villarreal It’s a difficult team because they play very well, but they are beatable. If we do things well and know where to harm them, we are going to have our chances”.

The blue-and-white ‘11’ insisted that at this stage of the season “we must forget everything that’s happened in the past and focus only on this game. If you’re thinking about everything that’s gone badly in your key match... We already know that, we’re going to forget about it and focus on this game. And that's it”.

Carles Gil said he would not be waiting to see what happens between Sporting de Gijón and Eibar, a game which if the team from Asturias loses, Dépor would mathematically be saved: “Only at the end of our match, if we lose. Let’s hope that we won’t have to care about that result and that we can say we saved ourselves from relegation and to top it all, in a difficult ground”.

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