Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid manager is silent over his side’s La Liga title charge, in spite of extending their lead at the top to seven points.
Alongside a vital game in hand over Zinedine Zidane’s defending champions, Los Rojiblancos now has a commanding lead over city rivals Real Madrid.
Joao Felix, Luis Suarez, and Angel Correa goals achieved an important three points in their 3-1 win at home to Valencia this weekend but the Argentinian boss is not jumping to conclusions.
“We only think of Cádiz in our next game and to improve in each training session,” he told a post match interview with Marca.
“We look at what is coming up, how we can improve.”
“In the first half our performance cost us, but then we played well in the second half and began to hurt Valencia.”
“The best way to live with this moment is to take it game by game.”
Simeone’s side will now take a welcome break in midweek after already being eliminated from the Copa del Rey this season.
His team then face a crucial run of games in February as they aim to try and hold off Real Madrid, with a trip to Cadiz followed by a home game against Celta Vigo and trips to Granada and Levante alongside a Champions League clash with Chelsea.