Reguilón posa en Fenway Park
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The full-back said Sevilla was already "surpassing his expectations"

Sergio Reguilón did the honors when talking to SFC Media following training in Boston. The Madrid-born full-back gave his first impressions as a Sevillista: "I have very good feelings for the club and for the training sessions, working very well and adding so that it can be seen later in the games. The club is exceeding the expectations I had, it has been much better than I expected. Both the club and my teammates are showing me a lot of affection and you can see that it is a great club".

As for the work on the pitch, despite his age the full-back knows the importance of preseason: "We're all working very well, the new coach is instilling his ideas and little by little we're adjusting to those ideas and to the pace of competition. Tours are time for travelling and matches. It does not give time to train much, but they are workloads in short bursts. Tomorrow we have a game and we want to continue to give a good impression".

To play, Reguilón will have to compete for the position with one of the Club's captains, Sergio Escudero: "All players have an obligation to make it difficult for the boss. All the competition is good and as long as the group goes well, the rest doesn't matter. I'm going to compete to my maximum because we all want to play. We have a team with experienced players, who have been here for many years and also new faces who are willing and ambitious. We have to put that together and make sure we all work in the same direction.

"Competition in the squad is good"

He doesn't hide the fact that having met Lopetegui before is an advantage: "We both know each other, he knows my strengths and weaknesses and I know how he wants me to play. It's a plus, of course". He also made it clear that he wants to experience the Sanchez-Pizjuan: "I'm looking forward to the end of the tour, to settle down and get to know the city and the stadium. We are looking forward to that first game at home, to feel the crowd ... I'm counting the days".

Communication Department