Sevilla full-back Daniel Alves says fatigue will not be a factor against Tottenham in the Uefa Cup on Thursday.
Alves and co were held to a goalless draw by Racing Santander on Sunday, just days after securing a 2-1 first leg win over Spurs.
The Brazilian ace had admitted the games are coming thick and fast, although he is relishing the prospect of continuous football.
"There is no time to breathe and we have to change this situation," Alves told the club's official website. "I am not tired.
"(The Spurs game) will be a difficult battle, but if we want to get to the final we have to get past this difficulty.
"All my life I have dreamed about playing 100 games a year and if I play 50 or 60 that is also good, but I always want to play."