"I would like to face Spain as far as possible in the competition. In the final? Hopefully."
Marc-André ter Stegen is the third goalkeeper of Germany's national team. After the goalless draw between the Mannschaft and Poland, he talked about his situation in an interview to Francesc Aguilar for Mundo Deportivo.
Situation at Barça
"It was important to play for Barça, because it is a team that everyone watches... This helps you a lot."
"I feel good here at Barça, this is what matters the most."
Situation in the national team
"Joachim Löw knows what I am capable of and that is why I am here."
"I train a lot and try to learn in every session to be ready in case the coach plays me."
"We're still in the group stage, we want to win the last game against Northern Ireland to secure first place... and then we'll see."
"I would like to face Spain as far as possible in the competition. In the final? Hopefully. But there is still a long, long way to go..."
The draw against Poland
"It is a very tough team, that know us well... They made it difficult for us from the first minute."
"We could already see in the Qualifiers for the Euros, when we faced each other... The draw is a result that enables us to lead the group and to keep moving forward."
Germany's style of play
"The system we use when Mario Götze plays is very similar to Barça's, when Pep Guardiola was in charge, although we have other formations."
"Although the biggest difference is that we don't have Leo Messi!"
"In defence, the ones that play are doing well. Besides, Hummels and Boateng will be teammates in Bayern Munich next year, and they can get used to each other."
"I'm in touch with him, we usually talk... I'm explaining to him a few things about Bundesliga, now that he's signed for Borussia Dortmund."