Spain coach Robert Moreno has suggested Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is not his undisputed first-choice keeper, ahead of their Euro qualifier match on Sunday against the Faroe Islands.
The Chelsea stopper has started all of the last four matches for the La Roja, displacing Manchester United keeper David De Gea.
De Gea had made the position his, but a disappointing campaign at club level and the dismall showing during the World Cup saw him dropped by Moreno, who took over from Luis Enrique early this year.
Speaking after their win over Romania, Moreno seemed to rubbish the thoughts that Kepa was the first-choice keeper, saying it can change anytime.
"I don't have a starting goalkeeper," he told a media conference. "It may or may not change,"
"I keep the same message. All three are of the top level and I really want them to make my decision difficult,"
"The three have trained at a very high level. I will not say if one is my preferred goalkeeper or not,"
Kepa has been impressive for the former World Cup champions since replacing De Gea, and he was once again at his best against Romania, making a last-minute save to ensure Spain kept their 100 percent win record in the qualifiers.
They are expected to stroll past the Faroes, who have lost all their qualifying matches so far.