Spain coach Luis de la Fuente says he couldn't question the attitude of the players after their Euro qualifying defeat to Scotland.
La Roja lost 2-0 via a Scott McTominay brace.
De la Fuente said: "Well, it's a painful defeat. Analysing the game, I think we did some things well and those efforts could have changed the final result. I am happy with those positive aspects, but it's clear we have a lot of improving to do. I was happy with the attitude the lads showed tonight.
“At this level, you can be punished for the smallest mistake. Two accidents, which the players can't be blamed for. It serves to show us that even the toniest incident can tip the balance out of your favour. But we dominated play for much of the first half.
“There are always things that can be changed and improved. We have work to do. The players interpreted the idea well and I could see that they identified with it.
“I would bet on this group of players a thousand times."