Isco has started his life at Real Madrid in great fashion, scoring five times in seven matches for his team already and providing one assist.
If the 21-years-old midfielder is able to continue his fine form, then great things await him.
Isco is a wonderful playmaker and has settled very well in the Real Madrid team.
Mesut Ozil's departure has only helped his case, making him sure of a lot of time on the field.
The midfielder has replied well, netting five times and providing one assist in his first seven matches for Los Blancos.
But Isco still has a long way to go before becoming a regular in the Spain's midfield.
Spain has the best midfield in the world, comprising of stars like Andre Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez, Cesc Fabregas, Juan Mata, Xabi Alonoso, Sergio Busquets, Santi Cazorla, David Silva, Jesus Navas and Javier Martinez.
Spain's midfield is their biggest arsenal and strength, which has lead them to glory in past decade.
Isco is undoubtedly a very talented and promising youngster, but it will be very difficult for him to make his place regular in such a star studded team. He is a wonderful playmaker, but lacks experience which makes his case weaker than his counter-parts.
Together these all midfielders compete for places available in Spain's team. This lead Spain to play without any striker in past few years, since their midfield is overflowing with talent, making Fabregas and Iniesta play in more attacking roles.
All these players still have many years in their prime, and it would be a big challenge for Isco to become a regular in such an amazing midfield - atleast for a few years to come.
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