I'm not anxious about hearing boos at Wembley, says Sergio Ramos

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"We have to evolve that idea, ideal it, make it even better, so we can surprise opponents and they don't know how we will play", he said upon taking over at Barcelona.

David De Gea appears set to remain Spain's first-choice goalkeeper after new coach Luis Enrique insisted he "never had any doubts" about the question of who should be No. 1 for the national side.

Ramos was naturally asked again about the Salah incident, however, especially after a summer that has seen a lot of comment about the coming-together that saw the Egyptian's Champions League final end prematurely.

Spain get the Luis Enrique era started against England at Wembley in the Nations League on Saturday, with the former Barca coach succeeding Julen Lopetegui following his pre-World Cup dismissal.

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Ramos said that it was the job of the current squad to restore Spain to the heights that saw them triumph in three consecutive worldwide tournaments - the European championships of 2008 and 2012 and the World Cup of 2010. Jurgen Klopp specifically criticised the Spaniard's approach to the challenge as "ruthless" and "brutal".

Overall there are six changes from the side that was dispiritingly knocked out of the World Cup on penalties by hosts Russian Federation in the last 16.

"I'm not really concerned about the fans reaction".

Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique spoke warmly of the 32-year-old at his own briefing and Ramos was keen to return the compliment.

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Spain's Sergio Ramos during the press conference at the Wembley Stadium, London September 7, 2018.

"I only have nice things to say about the new coach". "I hope we can absorb all the knowledge that he brings to the team".

The head coach refused to discuss any tactics ahead of the match against England, which finished fourth at this summer's World Cup, saying he did not want to give the opponent "any kind of clues".

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