Spain defender Alvaro Arbeloa insists they do not feel under any pressure at being favourites to win the World Cup.
European champions Spain are the bookmakers' favourites to lift the trophy next month after impressing on the international scene since Euro 2008.
Real Madrid man Arbeloa says the whole squad are calm about delivering stylish and successful football in South Africa.
"We will go out and play our game, which, as luck would have it, is good football which sits well with the fans - but the only responsibility we feel is to go out and win," said Arbeloa.
"Hopefully, there will be good football throughout the World Cup and not just from us."
Meanwhile, Spain are still sweating on the fitness of Andres Iniesta ahead of their Group H opener with Switzerland next Wednesday.
The Barcelona midfielder is struggling with a leg knock he picked up in Spain's final warm-up game against Poland.
Iniesta trained away from the rest of the squad for the second successive day on Saturday, but Spain's team doctor, Oscar Luis Celada, remains confident the classy midfielder will be fit to face Switzerland.
"Andres is progressing very well with the minor muscular problem he sustained," Luis Celada told Telecinco.
"We still don't know if he'll be fit for the Switzerland match (on Wednesday) but the feelings are positive.
"There are still a few days before the World Cup starts for us and there is time to decide."
Spain winger David Silva outlined the importance of Iniesta, but is confident his side have enough strength in depth to cope without the midfielder if he fails to recover in time for the World Cup opener.
"Andres is extremely important for us," noted Silva. "Thank goodness he is recovering and the sooner he is back the better.
"He is a great player and he gives us a lot of joy."