Pedro Rodríguez has not been having a good time of it at Barça as of late.
The attacking threesome made up of Luis Suárez, Messi and Neymar has seen the player relegated to a secondary role, only being called on when one of these three need to be rested. In other seasons, Pedro played a much more important part in the team.
Against Almería, he played instead of the Brazilian, but the man from the Canary Islands feels that his lack of playing time is for him "a complicated situation".
The nº7 player admitted that not playing regularly for his team "is tough" and asked about the possibility of him leaving in the summer, he answered that first he would talk with the club "when the moment to take a decision comes".
The Spaniard played a good game against Almería, but didn't manage to score. The winger, however, considered that the most important thing was to win.
"I enjoyed being back on the pitch and winning. We have picked up all three points, which is the most important thing. Perhaps it was harder in the first half, when we could have scored more.
"The main objective was victory. All games are hard, this one because their defenders did a good job. In the second half we had more possession and put the game to bed."