Antonio Lopez is looking forward to playing his part in Real Mallorca's fight for survival as he prepares to make his comeback in the vital clash against Real Zaragoza.
The left-back has missed the bulk of the season with a knee injury but has been given the all-clear to play again and could well be thrust straight back into the side.
The stakes could not be higher at La Romareda with both sides sitting in the relegation zone but, with just five points separating the bottom six with six games to play, a win could prove the catalyst for either team's survival.
And Lopez is confident Mallorca will claim the victory they need to ease their relegation fears.
``I am pleased and happy,'' he told reporters. ``I've been a few days training with the team, and I'm ready, I'm looking forward with great enthusiasm and above all eager to contribute my bit and to save the team.
``Today to me, it is not about my form, what I want are the three points.
``You have to think positive, think that the team is good. We've taken four points from the last two games and we're going to take another three now.
``We would like to be in another situation, but we have to do our best now and I'm sure we will do that.''
Zaragoza defender Alvaro is hoping that he and his team-mates can show the belief that will guide them away from the bottom of the table.
``This team has shown it can win against big clubs and already done so in the competition,'' he told www.realzaragoza.com.
``There are six games to believe and to show that we can.
``Salvation comes from winning against Mallorca.''