It is great to have the opportunity to play among the biggest

Pablo Fornals | MARIANO POZO
Tuesday, 20 October, 2015

Midfielder Pablo Fornals, who debuted this season with Malaga from the Third Division team, said today that "is lovely to be given the opportunity to play among the biggest and against the biggest and on legendary Spanish and European football stadiums ". This boy from Castellon, at his 19, has said in a press appearance that football in First Division compared to the Third one "is much faster but falls within the normal range" and that he reaches the Malaga first team "prepared" from the ranks lower. Fornals, who has played three games with Malaga, two as the starting squad and one as substitute, has reported that last season the first team's coach , Javi Gracia, told him "how to play with them" and therefore now he hasn't "felt very nervous." "Apart from the press, that there isn't much in Third Division, football is eleven against eleven, do what you have been asked to, try to win," said the midfielder, who also added that "it should be shown that you can be there as long as possible". The young player has said that he does not know if he will have more minutes for the next match in La Rosaleda against Deportivo because midfielders as the Argentinian Fernando Tissone and Jose Luis Recio have recovered from their injuries and "the 'mister' is who decides who is part of the start squad in every game. "I'm more than happy with the fact, but there can be more, there will be more, if not, there is no problem. I've played three games, I tried to do my best and if he, the coach- needs me, I'll be there, "he underlined. Fornals has stated that if a weekend Javi Gracia believes that he shouldn't be summoned to play with the first team, he will not have "problems to play with the reserves". The midfielder has recognized that La Rosaleda "is a stadium where football is lived every minute" and it is "beautiful to play" there, "with people supporting you, applauding you, it is very nice." "Now it is time to lift up our heads and how better that doing it in front of our fans. We have to give them a lot of joy," he stressed Fornals, who pointed out that it is his fourth season in Malaga and he has just "words of appreciation". The boy from Castellon has said that he tries to "do his best", "as a person helping the changing room," and his teammates "try to do their best to achieve the objectives, that after all it is the goal of Malaga".