The 30-year-old full-back whose recent good form was evident with the Israel national team as well, said: “I am feeling good lately which is a result of a lot of hard work. This is something that I bring with me, part of my character and I am delighted this is evident on the pitch” Ofir Davidzada said before relating to the forthcoming task: “We are disappointed with our recent results but need to channel our feelings to a good place of hard work and more determination. This is something which should lead us back to winning ways and it begins tomorrow. WE have a home game and want to record our first win which is important for the rest of the league as well”.

Davidzada, who is set to receive more playing time in the near future especially in view of the injury to Enric Saborit who is expected to be sidelined for several weeks with an injury, added: “Every player is waiting for such matches. To be part of this for me will be the biggest fun in the world. This is the big stage. My role is to first prove to myself that I could give the maximum and help the team. One option is to sulk when you are not playing, but I prefer to put aside issues that are not in my control and keep on working hard. As a professional footballer I learned to work hard, wait for your chance, grab it whenever you get it and enjoy every moment when you are on the pitch”.