Cesc Fábregas revealed that he is unhappy about not being a regular player for Barcelona's starting XI. Fábregas joined the Spanish Giants from Arsenal in a £30million deal last summer.
Fábregas did have a part during Barcelona's former coach Pep Guardiola last season. With Guardiola making way for his assistant Tito Vilanova to take over his position, life has not been easy for the 25-year-old Spaniard since then. Fábregas is determined to make an impact at Camp Nou.
The Spaniard is yet to complete a full 90 minutes game this season who was also the unused substitute against Real Madrid in the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup last week. The Former Arsenal skipper has expressed his desire to play regular team football and will fight back to regain his position in the starting XI.
"There's no such thing as a great substitute in the world of football - I couldn't tell you what makes a great substitute" Fábregas told Marca
"I always wish my team-mates well and put a happy face on. If I have to take my unhappy face home then so be it, but I would never let my team-mates or manager see it"