Peñaranda: "Gran Canaria deserves a team in the First Division"

The Venezuelan forward, optimistic. "Promotion is everyone's goal," he insisted. Tomorrow, first training session with Las Palmas.

Peñaranda:-"Gran-Canaria-deserves-a-team-in-the-First-Division"

After making his signing official, Las Palmas presented Adalberto Peñaranda, a 24-year-old Venezuelan striker (05/31/1997) a few minutes ago. After his previous tour of Spain, where he played for Granada and Málaga, he hopes to return the way he used to. "This is a golden opportunity that I want to make the most of," he said.

Acknowledges that, after a few years of ups and downs, he feels “a much more mature player”. “In recent years I was not at the level that people expect but now I am a new, more mature player who only wants to contribute work and discipline. With work the goals come alone, and that is what I will do here ”, he acknowledged.Likewise, he was very optimistic about the goal of his new team. Thus, he declared: “We all have the objective of returning Las Palmas to its place: First Division. Las Palmas does not deserve to be in Second. This beautiful island deserves a higher team. ”

These were his main statements:

Role in the team

“I want to play a very important role in this team and offer my best football. I come with a lot of energy and commitment. I come to work very hard to do my best for Las Palmas. ”

New career boost

“Yes. For me, this is a golden opportunity that I want to make the most of by working hard. I really want to start working with my colleagues now. ”

Contact with Pepe Mel

“I haven't talked to the coach yet. Tomorrow I will meet him and we will be able to establish contact ".

Work plan

"I have been in the preseason for two weeks with Watford, so tomorrow I will be able to calmly train with the rest of the group" .

Why did you choose Las Palmas?

Two years ago, and in the past, they also showed interest in my coming here. That a club bets like this for you is something very important. I am very grateful, and I will not disappoint anyone. I come to work like the most. I am already being at home. ”

Return to Spanish football

“I missed Spain. In Granada and Malaga you could see my best version; Thank God I did very well there. Now I have to repeat, but in the Second Division but the president, the sports director, the players… We all have the objective of returning Las Palmas to its place: First Division. Las Palmas does not deserve to be in Second. This beautiful island deserves a higher team. That should be the goal, but we have to work hard for it. ”

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“I have made many mistakes in the past, for which I apologize. It's human to accept it. Now I want to live in the present and feel important. I had lost the desire to play, but now I only think about getting my best performance. I feel very motivated, and I am also confident that we will have a great season. In recent years I was not at the level that people expect but now I am a new, more mature player who only wants to contribute work and discipline. With work, goals come alone, and that's what I'll do here. ”

Recent bad numbers

“They weren't good for different reasons, but now I just want to focus on football. Soon I will bring my family, I feel calmer with them by my side. I come to work and be professional. I will reap the fruits in the form of goals and many victories. ”

How is it defined?

“I consider myself a scorer. That's how it was in Granada, where I had a good season. But I don't want to 'kill' my head with that, but to do my job and help. Hopefully the goals come alone. My personal goal, in the form of goals scored, I keep to myself. ”

Maturity

“I am 24 years old and have been through many teams. Those ups and downs have made me settle down and put my feet on the ground. Now I feel like another person. I want to have a great season and help Las Palmas I am very excited and want to start working. ”

Helguera.

Peñaranda was preceded in his speech by Luis Helguera, sports director of Las Palmas, who confirmed this agreement with Watford: "We obtain the transfer of their federative rights for one year with a non-compulsory purchase option." "It will bring us energy, verticality and understanding of the game," he also said of his new footballer.



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