Marcos speaks to bwfc.co.uk
Marcos came through his second 90 minutes of football for the reserves in last nights game against Wigan Athletic last night. He is now fit and ready if called upon, and aims to fight back into Coyle’s first team plans he told www.bwfc.co.uk.
‘Overall I feel really good and the foot feels great. These last two reserve games were exactly what I needed. I feel a lot more confident now in my foot and my fitness. I know I’ve got to keep working hard and hopefully I can get into the first team.’ Alonso told BWFC’s official website.
‘We have ten games left in the Premier League, each on their own merit a cup final for us because we want to win every one of them. I feel confident we can climb the league table and make sure we stay in the league. I want to be a part of the side and if the gaffer asks me to come in and do a job for the first team then I’m confident in my ability. After my injury I’m ready to play more football.’
Marcos’ FA Cup record is pretty impressive, having not conceded a goal when he’s been on the field for the Super Whites.
‘That’s a nice record to have. I wasn’t really aware that we hadn’t conceded any goals in the FA Cup when I had been playing. For me, to play in the competition last season was a great experience and I learnt a lot about football in England. It’s one of the world’s greatest competitions. I’d love to be involved against Tottenham, but for now we’ll just have to wait and see.’
For the full report on Marcos’ return check out BWFC online.