Suso spoke at the press conference ahead of tomorrow's match against PSV Eindhoven. He recalled that this stadium, in addition to hosting the 2006 final, will also be remembered as where our journey to our seventh Europa League title began to take shape: "We were going through tough times, and in the end, we achieved what we achieved. It's a stadium to be happy and proud of, given everything we went through, everything turned out well."
Although he understands the importance of getting three points, Suso doesn't see tomorrow's match as a final: "We've only played one game, and this changes a lot. Of course, we want to win because that's what we play for. From there, the most important thing is tomorrow's match, and then we'll see. " He also emphasized the team's journey in the competition in recent years while acknowledging the desire to continue progressing: "Our experience in the Champions League has been good. It's increasingly difficult to be here, and it's true that we could have done things differently, and there's always room for improvement. We're here for that, and of course, we would like to do better than in previous years."
Finally, he spoke about the team's progress in the last few weeks: "In the recent matches, we've been improving. We look more solid and more like a team. The match against Almería gave us confidence. We have to continue in that direction, but tomorrow is different because the Champions League is always different."