Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez has returned to form this season in unexpected circumstances, taking advantage of injuries to reestablish himself as one of their best players. Already counting four assists to his name this season, Saul has revealed how he has approached the past three seasons, while complaining of unrealistic standards set by the media.
With captain Koke Resurreccion injured in the first match, and Rodrigo de Paul and Pablo Barrios missing significant game time too, Saul has found his form again, despite not being considered a major factor for Los Colchoneros this season. He was asked if he was doing anything different.
“Nothing has changed. What I was doing was the right path and I continue doing the things you think are right and make you how you are. I am very stubborn. The things I do are what I consider correct and now I am focusing on whether I can open my personal goal tally, which is what makes me happy. In my career I have scored more goals than I have assisted and that is what makes me happiest,” he told Relevo.Read on football-espana.net