Luis Enrique: "We need to win Granada. There's no other possible result."

The coach talked before the match against Granada

Luis Enrique: "We need to win Granada. There's no other possible result."
Luis Enrique: "We need to win Granada. There's no other possible result."

The coach talked before the match against Granada

Luis Enrique appeared in press conference before this Saturday's match against Granada (4pm CET). He talked about the dangers of the opponent and he also reviewed some of this week's news, like Sergio Busquets' renewal, the condition of Xavi or the adaptation of Luis Suárez. Here you have his best statements:

Match vs Granada

"You sometimes are expecting a difficult match and then it's easy and vice versa."

"At this point of the season, all the opponents need the points so bad."

"We need to win Granada. There's no other possible result."

"I guess the counter attacks and set-pieces will be the most dangerous actions of Granada."

"No doubts we still have chances to win La Liga. Remember last season, when it was decided in the last match."

"No excuses on timetable. The opponent will also play at 4pm, so there's no difference."

Busquets

"Sergio Busquets' renewal is fantastic. The captain has a great performance."

Alves

"I have confidence in Alves, as you can see in the matches. But I don't decide if he stays or not."

"Dani is one of the most funny players. I knew his professional level and now I know him personally. Always positive, optimistic... Any footballer should be like him."

Xavi

"Xavi not playing much? Unfortunately I don't have minutes for everyone. Xavi is a fantastic player, but they all have a high level... it's impossible for me to let them all play."

Luis Suárez

"We are really happy with Luis Suárez since he started playing, not only since he scored two goals in the last match."

"Luis Suárez knows he is constantly watched and unfortunately things like the non-bite to Demichelis are said."

Bartra

"Bartra has the same abilities as the other center-backs, but there is a lot of competition. I'm happy with him."