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Victor Camarasa using Premier League spell to prove himself

Victor Camarasa using Premier League spell to prove himself

Victor Camarasa has said he is using his loan spell with Cardiff City to prove himself to parent club, Real Betis.

The former Betis man has enjoyed a solid start to life in Wales with Cardiff, having featured in four games so far this in which he has netted one goal.

Having joined Betis last summer, Camarasa was expected to become a regular at the club, however, the summer signings of Takashi Inui and William Carvalho – saw him forced out and agree a loan deal to Cardiff.

Speaking to Marca, the 24-year-old said that he will use his time in England’s top flight to improve and develop further as a footballer.

“The style of play is totally different from Spain, it’s a much more direct, faster and vertical game, I was clear from the beginning, it’s a very nice opportunity for me. form a lot as a footballer.

“Little by little we have to go more and have the ball to have more chances and be able to turn those occasions into a goal.” The other day I scored my first goal here and the truth is that I am feeling very comfortable ”

Former Real Betis midfielder Fabian Ruiz has discussed the faith shown in him by Napoli and his price tag.

The Spanish Under-21 international Ruiz left the Andalusian club for in a €30m fee this summer and whilst many pundits have questioned his worth – he remains determined to prove himself.

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The 22-year-old is yet to appear for the Italian giants due to an injury problem, but the Naples side are keen for his return.

“I have huge motivation to prove that I am worth €30m,” Fabian told an interview with Marca.

“Napoli have put a lot of faith in me to spend that amount of money and that should not lead to fear but motivation and give you determination.

“I am really keen to start playing again because I have been carrying an adductor injury for the past three weeks, but now I am fine.

“Going from Setien to Ancelotti? They are both great bosses and from each I can learn a lot, for my career this is very lucky to have played under both.”