Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez believes his team are still in with a shout of winning all their remaining games this season.
The Colombian returned to competitive action in the 9-1 thrashing of Granada and is targeting League and Champions League glory between now and the end of the 2014-15 campaign.
“I’m happy. After 60 days out I think I had a decent game,” the Colombian told reporters post-match. “I’ve been doing physical and cardio work to make sure I’d be okay and it’s been possible thanks to the doctors and physios, who have helped me a lot.
“I wanted to come back as soon as possible and I was working with them from the morning to the afternoon and into the night. “We are all fit now and that’s good news if we want to achieve things, regardless of who plays. We’ve got what it takes to win the lot between now and the end of the season.
“Every match is important and the game against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League is going to be special as we want to beat them and win the competition,” he declared. Read the original article on Football Espana – The ultimate website for English-speaking fans of Spanish football