Ramos insists he never had harmful intentions against Salah

Sergio Ramos: I never wanted to hurt Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in Kiev final – my conscience is clear

Liverpool news: Sergio Ramos dismisses latest bust-up with Mo Salah

The former Barcelona boss takes charge for the first time in Spain's Nations League opener away to England on Saturday after crashing out at the last 16 of the World Cup to hosts Russian Federation.

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

'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.

Aspas denied that the players rebelled in Russian Federation under Fernando Hierro as interim coach.

A former Barcelona boss, there was plenty of speculation that Enrique's appointment would spell the end of Ramos' global involvement.

"This is my style and I don't care if you don't like it", he said.

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"This first contact this week has been really good and really positive despite speculation of us both having very strong characters".

Changes which are already in motion according to Sergio Ramos, who added: "The boss has asked us to pay more attention this week because everything was new so we've had days of team talks, lots of dialogue and lots of work".

Enrique, too, gave a glowing report on the man he has decided will continue with the captain's armband under his tenure.

"He has great personality and presence". Dominate the important phases of play, that's out plan.

England take on Spain in a Nations League game, in their first home match since returning from the World Cup in Russian Federation. "We had to find clues and solve riddles", Isco told a news conference on Thursday.

Isco hits back at the journalist regarding Spain's FIFA World Cup failure. I am convinced that is what we will do. "The aim is to evolve".

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