The talented FC Barcelona forward Vitor Roque spoke about his adaptation process to Spanish football and his aspirations at the Catalan club for this season. With two goals since his arrival and without having played a full match yet, the Brazilian knows he is just taking his first steps in the institution.
“It is the biggest club in the world, it is a dream to be here, and I am very happy with everything that is happening,” Tigrinho said in an exclusive interview with Mundo Deportivo.
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When asked about his adaptation process to Spain, the forward said, “They are different countries, different football, and I am trying to learn as much as possible from the players on the field and in the dressing room, which is helping me with the adaptation.”
“Yes, of course,” he replied when asked if FC Barcelona can still compete for LaLiga. “We have to start winning, winning, and winning the remaining matches, there are still many left. If we stay focused and keep working, we can certainly win it,” he said optimistically.
Roque was also asked about how he sees the team in the Champions League, ahead of the match on February 21 against Napoli in Italy for the round of 16. “Certainly, we will try (to win the trophy) by working with humility to go as far as possible. I dream about it,” said the former Athletico Paranaense forward.