Iker Casillas is convinced Spain's clash with England on Wednesday will not be marred by racist taunts.
The last meeting the two sides, back in 2004, saw certain members of the travelling Three Lions party targeted by mindless supporters in the Santiago Bernabeu crowd.
The likes of Shaun Wright-Phillips, Jermaine Jenas, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand and Jermain Defoe all came under fire due to the colour of their skin.
The actions of those in Madrid that night have been widely lambasted, but Spain continues to struggle with racist minorities in certain stadiums.
England refused to head back to the Spanish capital for the latest meeting between two of European football's international heavyweights, with the game having to be rescheduled in Seville.
Real Madrid keeper Casillas believes the atmosphere in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium will be more respectable and does not envisage any problems for Fabio Capello's men.
"The game in Madrid was spoiled by a group of people who do not represent the majority in Spain," said the Spanish shot-stopper.
"We received a lot of criticism but it was unfair because Spain is not a racist country.
"I have had friends of many races who have played for Real Madrid and they have never had any problems.
"I am convinced the game in Seville will pass without any problems."