Granada coach Tony Adams has declared their clash with Malaga the "most important" of the season.
Adams, after defeat to Sevilla on Friday, insists he's been happy with the attitude of his players since taking charge.
He said: "We have confidence, I was happy with the attitude in Seville. We have not had much time to train together, but we have fought in the last matches, we have to hope and continue to the end.
"The team has to give everything, it's what I expect from them, we have to play this match as if it were the last one because it is the most important of the season, we have to keep fighting despite the problems that the team has."
Adams added: "There are players who have a contract with Granada but now I only think about the match against Malaga. I insist that we have a bright future with these players and that the club is going in the right direction but the important thing is to take the match against Malaga."