Spain international, Andres Iniesta, has assured La Roja fans that he is as focussed as in 2010 ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.
He says he hasn’t changed because he scored the winning goal in the World Cup final against the Netherlands.
"I'm focusing on the title and on my contribution with the Spanish national squad. And it's exactly the same as last time,” Iniesta told Brazilian media network UOL Esporte.
“Nothing is different, and I don't feel a bigger man because I scored the goal that won the title".
There are still unrests in Brazil which Iniesta and his teammates have already experienced during the 2013 Confederations Cup.
Iniesta didn’t want to judge the protests, but would like to see the fans of the five-time World Cup champions to celebrating the spectacle on Brazil.
"It's the World Cup in the country of football, and there's nothing more beautiful than that. They should all be celebrating", he added.
"It's not my position to make judgements about others, especially about the problems in Brazil. I'm just saying that it seems strange to me.”
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