The former Getafe player came close to being arrested after a drink-driving incident but has escaped with points on his license and he will be expected to pay a fine
Valencia midfielder Dani Parejo has apologised after failing a breathalyser test in the early hours of Friday morning and claims it happened due to him having "f****d up personal problems".
The former Getafe man was pulled over in his car by police at around 05.45CET on Friday after visiting a local nightclub and, although over the legal limit, he was not arrested.
Parejo will however, receive a fine and three points on his driving license, and he spoke at a specially organised press conference to explain his actions.
"I want to first apologise to the coach, the president, my colleagues and especially the fans for what happened last night. Also I want to say that I have f****d up personal problems," he told reporters.
"This will not happen again. I'm a guy that who is not problematic, whether it be here [Valencia] or anywhere else I've been. It happened once and it will not happen again. My most sincere regrets."