Young attacker Marcelo Moreno has yet to make an impact at Werder Bremen, but he's full of confidence that his time will come.
The 22-year-old left Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk for an adventure in the Bundesliga last summer, though he has found game-time hard to come by in Germany.
"Werder Bremen have a lot of superb players in their squad. Several internationals play at the club and they keep on putting in good performances. That's making it hard for me to break into the first team," Moreno told Bild.
"I need to score goals to get noticed. However, it's impossible to do so without getting regular first team action. But my current situation doesn't upset me.
"On the contrary, I'm proud to be part of a successful team such as Werder. Of course, I would be happier if I was an important first team member," continued the Bolivian youngster.
"I just need to be patient though. I'm sure that my chance to impress will come and I will not hesitate to grab it. My time will come at Werder."
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com