Sergio Busquets has hit back at criticism after Spain drew 1-1 with Italy in their opening game without a recognised striker.
Vicente Del Bosque lined up with six midfielders in Gdansk, keeping both Fernando Torres and Fernando Llorente on the substitutes' bench.
The formation has attracted widespread criticism, with former coach Luis Aragones amongst those calling for the defending champions to be more adventurous.
But Busquets says the squad are behind the controversial style.
He said: "I think the coach made a good decision. All the players understand the decision to play without a centre forward."
Winger Jesus Navas agreed, adding: "It was a good decision as the boss sends out a team to win. He has a very clear eye of what he is about. We have our style and many alternatives."
And Navas insists that the side can produce the goods, even without a striker on the pitch.
He continued: "We had a lot of chances against Italy - the goals will come eventually as long as we keep making chances.
"In the 2010 World Cup we did not win the opening game (a 1-0 loss to Switzerland) and we ended up winning the title. There are still plenty of points to play for."
Busquets agrees with his team-mate that the best is yet to come.
"Maybe the media and supporters don't have much patience with us." he said.
"Opening matches are always tough, and we were playing former world champions."