Taborda keen for starting role
By Patricio Figueroa
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Sebastian Taborda is keen to repay Deportivo La Coruna's faith in him.
Deportivo La Coruna's Uruguayan striker Sebastian Taborda believes he needs more time on the pitch to show his quality.
The former Defensor Sporting man has made four substitute appearances this season and is yet to find the net, but he is keen to earn a place in boss Joaquin Caparros' (pictured) starting line-up.
"Against Barcelona I played for 37 minutes and I felt a lot better," Taborda explained.
"Firstly, I train all week to play 90 minutes and secondly because I want to have more chances to show that I can be a useful team member.
"When I am included for only ten minutes I get too anxious because I want to show everything I can do," he added.
Taborda recognises the strength of Deportivo's squad but still thinks he has a role to play.
"I know that Deportivo has very important players in the squad and that you have to wait for your chance but I would like to play two or three full games and show why the officials and the coach bought me."