Daniel Larsson vows to keep working

Larsson vows to keep working
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Granada forward Daniel Larsson vows to win a spot in his new side's first XI.

Daniel Larsson has insisted that he will continue "working hard" in an attempt to gain a spot in the Granada team this season.

The 27-year-old attacker joined Granada from Real Valladolid this summer, but has not yet made his competitive debut.

"I can't feel as happy as when I'm out on the pitch and no player likes to be sat in the stands," Inside Spanish Football quotes Larsson as saying.

"I've just got to keep working hard to recover fully, so that when I'm back out there I'm at my best."

Larsson, 27, scored just three goals for Valladolid during his two seasons with the club.

Antonio Rukavina of Real Valladolid CF in action during the La Liga match between Real Valladolid CF and Malaga CF at Estadio Jose Zorilla on September 27, 2013
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