England v Spain: My conscience is clear on Mohamed Salah - Sergio Ramos

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England host Spain at Wembley on Saturday night, and Ramos has already insisted he cares little if the English fans boo him.

Ramos recently caught headlines after a certain interaction during the Champions League draw.

"I never go onto the pitch with the intention of injuring another professional so I have a very clear conscience", he said.

Another aspect of Ramos' Madrid baggage in the spotlight this week is his relationship with new Spain head coach Luis Enrique, given their previous positions on either side of El Clasico's bitter divide.

Spain play their first game under former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique on Sunday morning (Singapore time) against England in their opening match of the Uefa Nations League before hosting Croatia three days later.

"I think that is something the press said", he said.

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"I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious about that in the slightest".

De Gea, 27, has been on the receiving end of lingering backlash over his place in the side following a less than impressive World Cup campaign which included a number of high profile mistakes. The manager has told his players that there will be no more Ludo and PlayStation.

"The fact we have been a reference over the past decade means that everyone knows our national team", he added.

"Being a captain in the national team is because, among internationals available, you are the player with the most personality team", Luis Enrique a media conference.

"He is a great leader in any situation, a person who drags in and out".

With European Championship wins in 2008 and 2012 sandwiching their World Cup success, Spain set the benchmark for some years - but Enrique admits they must hone their craft to return to the summit. "We had a lot of laughs, it was fun", said Isco, who called Enrique a winning coach with "a lot of character". "Spain has been a reference in world football for 10 years".