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Xabi: "My last World Cup? We'll see, I still haven't decided"

Logotipo de AS AS 06/06/2014 Javier G. Matallanas, Joaquín Maroto

The last friendly against El Salvador: “We’re approaching it very seriously and fully respecting out opponents. It’s a friendly but it’s very important and we already have the Holland game in Brazil in our heads. I’m sure the boss will want to try things he couldn’t try against Bolivia.”

Fitness: “I trained separately but the aim is to be able to train normally and play against El Salvador to prepare for the Holland game.”

Will this be your last World Cup?: “I still haven’t decided anything, right now my mind is on the World Cup and what happens after that, we’ll see; right now I’m not giving it any more importance.”

Saturday’s opponents: “We know they changed their coach a little while ago and they’ve changed many players. It’s not a national team we are that up-to-date with, after tomorrow we’ll know a lot more.”

The last chance for this Spain side: “Obviously we know the past few years have been very good. Two European Championships and a World Cup. But we’re not thinking this can be the end of an era, we see it as a big chance to do something great in the history of football. For some it will be the last chance to play in a World Cup, we know it’s something that’s not that easy but we’ll fight for it.”

Doping: “The experience I have is that it’s not something that is common or familiar among footballers. We’re never around illegal substances or those that can enhance your performance. We pass many control tests throughout the season. Apart from an unusual case, I don’t think anyone would test positive.”

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