Defender Koikili Lertxundi insists he does not regret remaining with Bilbao and believes he is close to winning back his place in the squad.
Atletico Madrid captain Antonio Lopez underwent a minor knee surgery on Tuesday and the defender is expected to back in action in 3 weeks time.
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has played down Real Madrid's three-point lead, but acknowledged that the Blancos are doing better at the moment.
Espanyol defender Juan Forlin is refusing to make a drama about his sending-off by stating that referees are only human and can make mistakes.
Getafe defender Daniel Diaz has urged his team to secure two consecutive victories in order to ease their situation near the relegation zone.
Granada striker Ikechukwu Uche accepts all the insults and declares that the only thing he can do is to continue to work hard for the team.
Good news for Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez as Nabil El Zhar and Rafael Jorda have both recovered from injury and resumed squad training.
Malaga midfielder Diego Buonanotte insists he is happy at the club and vows that he will continue to fight for more first team opportunities.
Miguel Flano has refused to read too much into Osasuna's recent defeat and underlined their ability to recover from the Barcelona thrashing.
Bad news for Racing Santander coach Hector Cuper after it was confirmed Jairo Samperio will be sidelined for a month due to a cracked fibula.
Rayo midfielder Roberto Trashorras is happy with the 15 points collected after 11 games and admits it was very important to beat Sociedad.
Real Betis coach Pepe Mel believes they are not doing badly in the league, considering that his team are made up of 17 to 18 unknown players.
Rennes defender Kader Mangane believes his team-mate Yann M'Vila is likely to move to Real Madrid or Arsenal in the summer transfer window.
Sergio Tejera said Mallorca have had a difficult start to the season because of the fixtures against Barcelona, Valencia, Atletico and Sevilla.
Striker Joseba Llorente has acknowledged that Sociedad are concerned about their current poor form, but they are not thinking about relegation.
Real Zaragoza defender Paulo da Silva insists his team have faith in what they are doing and are working hard on correcting their mistakes.
Emiliano Armenteros admits a team like Sevilla cannot go four games without a win, but he is confident that his team can fix their problem.
Sporting Gijon striker David Barral is happy to have scored five goals so far and believes his luck is finally changing after several seasons.
Valencia striker Aritz Aduriz insists his side's current good form means nothing unless they can maintain it until the end of the campaign.