Granada centre-forward Roberto Soldado admits he's fed-up with Spain's stadium lockout.
The 35 year-old former Real Madrid striker is desperate to see fans allowed to return to LaLiga games.
He told Marca: "There is no good part in that. With my character, I like to be applauded and whistled.
"Football is the warmth of the people, the fans, the full grounds ... This is not the football that we want - far from it, I would rather play at the Bernabéu with 80,000 people whistling than in Valdebebas with an empty ground."
On being a senior player at Granada, Soldado added: "If I wasn't a 24-hour professional, I wouldn't be playing at 35 years of age. The day after the game I realise I'm not 25, of course ... but you have to develop a competitive character to stay up there."
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