Valencia have emerged from a difficult summer as a renewed side and so far this season they have been one of the stand out teams in the league.
Los Che currently sit top of La Liga after six matches but speaking to Spanish daily Marca forward Miguel Ángel Angulo says everyone at the clubs knows there is a long way to go.
"The team and the squad will be key," he started, "We will be playing every three days or so and all the squad will tire during the season because the rythm is tough and we should all be plugged in."
"Until December there will be no more stops to fill up so the team must respond. The team are excited at the prospect of having a good season and we are mentally prepared to obtain it," he declared.
Angulo is a stalwart of the Valencia side having joined them back in 1996 and he says he is pleased with all the changes that have been made at the club over the summer.
"We all feel the stability, consistency with our work and players have returned with correct and sensible decisions. The coach, the president and the sports director have contributed positively and the team notes this on the field."
"It was essential to hire a coach like [Unai] Emery and it is a total success because he is a great coach," explained the thirty-one year old.