Athletic Bilbao striker Ibai Gomez has revealed that his contract will be renewed for another two season if he makes another five appearences.
Star striker Radamel Falcao has admitted that Atletico must improve, and feels the players should shoulder the blame for recent poor results.
Andres Iniesta scored the only goal of the game as Barcelona took a slim lead over Hospitalet following the first leg tie at La Feixa Llarga.
Espanyol sports director Ramon Planes is not worried about their lack of goals and will not be looking for a new striker in the winter market.
Getafe defender Rafael Lopez admits the win over Atletico was a big psychological boost but warns his team to keep their feet on the ground.
Granada goalkeeper Roberto Fernandez is missing from the training ground due to back problem and will only be able to return by next week.
Levante president Francisco Catalan insisted that European football is not an objective because they are not prepared for the competition.
It was reported that Inter could offload Philippe Coutinho in the January transfer window - with Malaga reportedly interested in his services.
Sports director Martin Gonzalez insists that Osasuna are not worried about the Bernabeu thrashing, but admits they could have played better.
Racing are in 13th place in the Fairplay chart with 37 penalty points after receiving 33 yellow cards and 2 red cards so far this campaign.
Rayo Vallecano midfielder Miguel Perez admits he is living his dream at the club and is delighted to have scored five goals in the La Liga.
Javier Chica believe Real Betis deserved more than a draw against Malaga and declares that they will face Villarreal next looking for a win.
Winger Eden Hazard has reportedly told Lille that he has set his sights on a move to Real Madrid and will turn down offers from other clubs.
Mallorca coach Joaquin Caparros is missing midfielder Chori Castro in training due to sore muscle, while Ivan Ramis has rejoined the squad.
Real Sociedad striker Diego Ifran believes it is not normal for him to see so little action, but insists he is in good spirit and motivated.
Real Zaragoza manager Javier Aguirre has blamed himself for their current slump because he has the team he wanted but still fail to deliver.
Coach Marcelino is not satisfied with his team's performance and warned that Sevilla must always be in contention for the 3rd and 4th place.
Gaston Sangoy has no problem if Gijon decide to bring in another striker in January, but believes 4 players for the same job may be too many.
Valencia winger Jordi Alba has insisted he knows nothing of interests from other clubs and added that he wants to move forward with Los Che.
Jose Manuel Catala is convinced that Villarreal can restore their confidence by cutting down on the number of goals conceded during games.