Krohn-Dehli happy at Celta

Denmark international Michael Krohn-Dehli is enjoying life in Spain after joining Liga's Celta Vigo during the summer.

Last Updated: 28/01/13 at 15:42 Post Comment

Krohn-Dehli is happy to be playing regular football.

Krohn-Dehli is happy to be playing regular football.

Denmark international Michael Krohn-Dehli is enjoying life in Spain after joining Liga newcomers Celta Vigo during the summer.

The 29-year-old has been a regular starter for the club who are aiming to stay in Spain's top flight.

"I am just happy to play football right now and everything is really positive right now," Krohn-Dehli told Sporten.dk.

"Naturally, it's due to the Spanish playing style, but it is also because you have to come to a new place and enjoy it as much as possible."

Winger Krohn-Dehli - who scored the winner in the group game against the Netherlands at Euro 2012 - is clear of the club's ambitions to avoid the drop.

"There are no doubts that survival is the goal," he added.


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