“I’m desperate to play,” FÃƒÂ bregas told the Sun. “I can’t deny it has hurt not to be in the starting line-ups.
“But I only have to look at our incredible playersÃ¢â‚¬â€and especially our midfieldersÃ¢â‚¬â€to realise I’m so honoured to be part of this magnificent Spanish side.”
The 23-year-old, who has 53 caps and six international goals to his name, is confident he could play a role in the most important match in Spain’s history and says he will “give everything” should he be called upon.
“Of course I believe I can play a part in making history for our country, which has never won a World Cup before,” he continued.
“If I’m lucky enough to get a start I will give everything I have.”
“If I’m not in the team, I will know deep down that Spain winning the World Cup is more important than Cesc Fabregas starting the game or not.
“So I will still be 100 per cent behind the boys who do go out there. And I will be thinking about what I will do, what I must do if I come on.”
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