Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE).- CD Tenerife player Alexandre Corredera maintains that it is the “moment to push” in LaLiga SmartBank and that the blue and white team convert “draws into victories” to be able to get closer to the “objectives” for what who want to fight in the remainder of the season.
The Catalan midfielder, in statements to the club’s official media, has said that the competition is “very even” and he predicts that it will continue until the end of the course, although they continue to think “of day to day” and the next game, which will measure them this coming Saturday at Albacete at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López.
Corredera recalls that Tenerife has a “quite positive dynamic” at home, although now they will receive a rival “with the arrow going up, that everything comes out, with great confidence, with good players and a very high level of spirit”, so that foresees a “very demanding” meeting.
After almost four months unemployed due to his injury, the Catalan player admits that he is still not “one hundred percent”, although he has noticed a great improvement in recent weeks in the operated foot, because now he can make “much longer efforts”, but he understands that everything is a “process” in which he must also “unlock his head”.
Corredera assures that he has “good communication” with the coach, Luis Miguel Ramis, and knows that “little by little” he will have minutes in the games to find “the best rhythm” after so long without playing. EFE