Luis Aragones feels Spain are back on course in their Euro 2008 qualifying campaign, but accepts there is no more room for error.
A late Andres Iniesta goal earned a 1-0 home win over Iceland on Wednesday on the back of the weekend’s 2-1 success over Denmark.
Aragones was upbeat about Spain’s chances after the display against Iceland.
“The conclusion we can take from this game is that the team is improving, we are playing better football and threatening the opposition area more,” Aragones said.
“The team has shown that it wants to go a long way and qualify for the Euro 2008.
“We’ve already lost all the games we can afford to and there is no room for any more errors.
“The fans were fantastic too. They turned out in force despite the terrible conditions and supported us all the way through the game.”
Spain face away fixtures against Latvia and Liechtenstein in June, and Aragones is expecting maximum points from the two games.
He added: “We have two pretty good games ahead of us in June which, if we win them, will put us back in the running for qualification.”