Granada midfielder Mohammed Fatau is confident of becoming an important piece side after playing full throttle in their 1-0 win over Real Betis in the Spanish top-flight.
The 21-year-old broke into the first team this season but injuries had restricted him to only two matches.
The Ghanaian enforcer, who saw full time action in their narrow win over Betis on Sunday, is aiming for more at the club.
“In this team there are people with much more experience so I am calm and working daily to get to get to my level,” he said
“Betis also played very well as the points were very important to them, but luckily we managed to pick the maximum points.
“It was a very difficult game that we needed to win and I think we’ve all done a good job to win the match.”