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Fri Apr 25 09:02:02 SAST 2014

Cuenca expects Barca role

TEAMtalk Media | 16 July, 2012 13:110 Comments
FC Barcelona v Levante UD  - Liga BBVA
Isaac Cuenca of Barcelona runs with the ball during the La Liga match between Barca and Levante at Camp Nou on December 3, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain
Image by: David Ramos / Getty Images

Barcelona attacker Isaac Cuenca expects to play a key role for the Catalans under new head coach Tito Vilanova.

Cuenca made his full debut under departed boss Pep Guardiola last term, with Vilanova - formerly Guardiola's assistant - assuring the 21-year-old he still has a future at Camp Nou.

"Every coach is different. They all want a certain kind of player, but Tito has said he's counting on me, so I'm happy," Cuenca told Barca's official website.

Cuenca, who netted twice in 16 outings in 2011/12, is currently recovering from a knee injury that ruled him out of Spain's London Olympics squad. Naturally, he is eager to regain full health.

"The most important thing is for my knee to get better. I hope to be fit as soon as possible and be able to help the team play some good games," he said.

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