Spain manager Luis Enrique has not ruled out the possibility of Brighton's Robert Sanchez starting in goal for them at the Euros.

Albion’s No.1 has yet to win his first cap for his country despite receiving his first call-up in the last international break of the season in March.

But Enrique insists Sanchez has a chance of being in goal for them at the Euros, which gets underway a week today.

He said: “If Robert Sanchez is in the list of 24 players, he has a chance.

“If not he wouldn’t have been called up.

“What I see every day in training motivates me more.

“The three goalkeepers give me guarantees so I don’t have to worry.”

The Argus:

Sanchez will be hoping to win his first cap for Spain tonight (6:30pm) in a friendly against Portugal at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid.