Real Madrid winger Julien Faubert has admitted that despite enduring a frustrating start to his Bernabeu career he is determined to prove his worth.
The 25-year-old has made just one substitute appearance since his surprising loan move from West Ham on the last day of the January transfer window.
Despite his lack of football the former Bordeaux ace is confident he can make an impact at the club if he is given a chance.
Faubert's loan expires on May 31st and the French international knows that he does not have long if he is to make the most of the opportunity he has been given.
"It is difficult. I don't know why, I have been told nothing. However it goes off better and better during training sessions," he explained.
"The other players start to know the way I am playing, preferring the gaps. I believe I have already improved on technical and physical levels. I have lost two kilograms.
"Anyway I won't give up, even if I don't know what I have to change. I never experienced such a moment in my career.
"I don't have a lot of time, my loan will be over on May 31st. I have to play and prove my value."