Santi Cazorla insists teammate, Costa is ready to fire Spain to Euro 2016, despite a slow start to the PL season.
Spain chase a win against Slovenia, as they hope for top spot and regain from a loss, with Costa in front.
Costa has not featured that much for Spain due to a recurrent hamstring injury and despite a slow start to the EPL, he will play up front.
â€œI speak to Diego a lot and he says heâ€™s feeling great,â€ said Cazorla. â€œOn other occasions when heâ€™s come to the Spain squad with injuries he has not been in his best physical condition.
â€œRight now he feels good and heâ€™s enthusiastic. Heâ€™s going to be a vital player and hopefully he can score lots of goals.â€
Cazorla has also played only a bit-part role in Spainâ€™s qualification campaign to date, but he insists he is happy to play anywhere – even if it means shifting from the deep-lying position he has made his own at Arsenal.
â€œPersonally, I’ve been playing all year in this position with Arsenal and I like it,” he added.
“I got used to it quickly. In the last qualifying game I played alongside Busquets and I enjoyed playing there. The main thing though is give my all for the team no matter where I’m asked to play.”