Sevilla winger Vitolo will on Sunday have the chance to demonstrate his talent for the first time since being called into the Spain squad.
He and Sevilla travel to face Villarreal just three days after knocking the same opposition out of the Europa League, and there was a double delight for the 25-year-old as he was named by Vicente Del Bosque in the Spain squad for the first time.
Reflecting on his call-up, Vitolo told: "Things are going very well and very quickly for me, it's difficult to take it all in, but one always works to get better.
"It is without doubt my best moment as a footballer, to reach the national team is reaching the summit, it is what every player dreams of."
Unai Emery's side have won back-to-back games in the Primera Division which has taken them to within touching distance of Atletico Madrid in fourth place, but they have been unconvincing on the road, with last week's win the first in five league games.
They come up against a Villarreal side who have been enjoying their home comforts. Aside from Thursday's loss at the same venue in Europe, they have won eight consecutive home league games and could go ahead of the opponents with a win.
Grzegorz Krychowiak will miss the game for visitors Sevilla as he serves the final game of a suspension, but there could be a welcome return for Beto in goal after six weeks out of the team through injury.