'We want the Confederations Cup' - Spain still hungry for success, says Fabregas

The Roja midfielder is targeting yet another tournament triumph in Brazil, outlining his belief that the national team's recent glories have accustomed them to winning
Cesc Fabregas has stated his intent to complete a clean sweep of international titles by winning another trophy for Spain at the Confederations Cup this summer.

La Roja were dumped out in the semi-finals after a shock defeat to USA in the last instalment of the tournament in 2009 but the Barcelona midfielder is determined to add the title to their world and European crowns to complete a stunning series of triumphs for the current generation of players.

"It's seems a less significant competition but for us it's very important," the 26-year-old told Marca.

"I'm very proud with what we've done but we need to continue. This team never settles. We want the Confederations Cup. This generation deserves to have all the titles.

"The more you win, the more you want. We have the advantage of knowing what it takes to win, what it means to win. The team is ready to continue along this line."

Spain have been drawn in group B in the tournament alongside Uruguay, Nigeria and Tahiti.