Sebastien Corchia was guest speaker this Wednesday on SFC Radio's Sólo el Sevilla where he evaluated the side's recent season, whilst speaking about his hopes for the upcoming one: "I'm working hard and my injury has already been forgotten about. I'm able to run without any problems or pain. I'm ready to go, especially because my injury came at a time when things seemed to be going well for me. I'm looking forward to making a return and helping the team because I'm extremely happy here and I love the Club, the city and the fans".
He also spoke about the severity of his injury: "It was a difficult time, especially because I'm not used to injury and it was the first time that I'd had one that serious. I'm better now and I'm ready, but it was a tough time for me". With regards to the changes in the dugout, he made clear that he was looking forward to what Machín will bring: "I met him last season. Girona played very well and they put up a good fight against us, they were a difficult side to face".
He further stressed that he felt comfortable with the role of the midfielder promoted by the new manager: "I like the position because I have to both defend and attack. We will see what the coach wants, but in principle it's a positive thing for me. There's good competition within the team and I speak with Jesús often. He has achieved a lot in his career and I learn from him".
To bring things to a close, the player commented on the latest movements of the Spanish selection: "I'm in France and I've seen everything that's happening on the internet. It's quite difficult for the Spanish selection, but I believe they'll have a great World Cup".