The Spanish defensive midfielder has vowed to help La Roja to Euro 2012 triumph and to dedicate their success to his former team-mate, who passed away on SundaySpain midfielder Sergio Busquets hopes that La Roja will emerge victorious at Euro 2012 and dedicate the victory to former team-mate Miki Roque.
The Real Betis defender died at the age of 23 on June 24 following a year-long battle with pelvic cancer.
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And, in an open letter published by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Busquets has paid tribute to his one-time colleague.
"After hearing the tragic news of the death of a team-mate, I wanted to give all my support and strength to the family and friends of Miki Roque," the Barcelona midfielder wrote.
"A great person has gone, a great sportsman, an example to everyone, but above all, a great team-mate, one with whom I shared many moments which I will never forget, has left us.
"After being left in a state of shock and realising how unfair life is, in these moments I have just one thought, to do everything possible to dedicate this triumph that we are all fighting for, to him."
Spain will face Portugal in the semi-finals of Euro 2012 on Wednesday at 20:45CET.