Juan Carlos Garrido looking forward to Real Betis challenge

New Real Betis manager Juan Carlos Garrido vows to improve confidence in the camp.

New Real Betis manager Juan Carlos Garrido has revealed that his first task in charge of the club will be to restore confidence in the camp.

Garrido replaced Pepe Mel at the helm of the Spanish outfit on Monday after the 50-year-old was relieved of his duties.

"My primary objective is to improve the situation we have and the performance of the players, by winning games. I believe that with the good work of the coaching team, we'll ensure that the people and the fans will be happy and proud of their team," he told reporters at a press conference.

"The first task is to achieve a working atmosphere in which we can restore the confidence of the players and then, get the best out of each individual player. I've seen that they have the willingness and a good atmosphere amongst themselves."

Garrido led Villarreal into the Champions League in 2011.

Real Betis coach Pepe Mel observes from the bench against Espanyol on September 1, 2013
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