Former Spain boss Vicente del Bosque has no concerns about the form of their goalkeepers David De Gea and Kepa Arrizabalaga.
The latter is no longer first choice at Chelsea, given the arrival and subsequent form of Edouard Mendy this season.
De Gea is still no.1 at Manchester United, but has endured a difficult season and recently lost his spot to Dean Henderson due to taking time off for personal reasons.
Del Bosque, a World Cup and European Championships winner with Spain as coach, believes they have a good group of keepers.
He told Goal.com: "We have good goalkeepers, young people. They are adapting well.
"The goalkeeper is one of the positions that has evolved the most.
"Now we play more with our feet.
"We can be calm. We have very good goalkeepers. That won't be the biggest problem."