Spaniards to stick with winning formula...Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has insisted Spain will stick with the "philosophy" that saw them crowned Euro 2008 winners in the World Cup 2010 final against the Netherlands.
Vicente del Bosque's side arrived in South Africa as strong favourites after their exploits two years ago. The stylish attacking play associated with the nation had been absent before last night's 1-0 semi final victory against Germany, however.
With the showdown with the Dutch pencilled in for Sunday, Reina insisted his team will continue with the same approach.
"Holland have a lot of strengths," Reina noted to the press.
"I don't have enough fingers to count them all.
"If they are in the final by beating good teams like Brazil it is because they fully deserve to be there. Sunday is going to be really difficult.
"We have made history because we have reached our first final, but we want more than that. Finals mean nothing unless you win them. We have to do that. That is our target.
"Yesterday (against Germany) was a complete performance but there is a lot of work to do between now and Sunday.
"There is a lot of pressure on us because we won Euro 2008. We have always been one of the favourites. Now we are favourites once again.
"But the main thing is to remain loyal in the way we play and be confident it will bring us the right result.
"We have to keep the same philosophy that brought us here in the first place. It is hard to win a World Cup final and we are just one step away."