My father has made a museum with my cuttings and photographs.
You have different sorts of people in life, so why should it be any different in football?
La Masia is a place where lots of people live together but you are on your own.
What I do when speaking in public is trying to do it as best as possible and trying to make everybody comfortable with my words. Sometimes getting this is very difficult, but I try my best.
Every player wants to be as complete as possible and goals for a central midfielder are very important.
There is no rule that says a footballer needs to be ‘this high’ and ‘this wide.’
I don’t consider myself a star.
I like to watch soccer, no matter what teams or players are in the field.
Perfection doesn’t exist.
In the past, I had my idols but today I enjoy learning from all the soccer I watch.
If there is one thing that all players have in common it is that winning, competitive gene; the ability to overcome obstacles and fight for what you want from your career.
Small players learn to be intuitive, to anticipate, to protect the ball. A guy who weighs 90 kilos doesn’t move like one who weighs 60. In the playground I always played against much bigger kids and I always wanted the ball. Without it, I feel lost.
If you win without sacrifice you enjoy it but it’s more satisfying when you have struggled.
I get the feeling people respect me and that there is affection for me. That makes me happy.
There are moments when the human body can overcome things you would never expect.