Villarreal B striker, Gerard Moreno, who is playing the preseason with the first team, has become one of the most known names for the Submarine. At just 20 years of age (April 7, 1992), the forward from Santa Coloma of Gramanet (Barcelona) has been able to score in every friendly he has played for Julio Velazquez to date. "I work day to day to be able to be in the first team and in the end it will have its reward, but of course, having some of my teammates around you makes you a better a player. Now I am playing well and I am scoring, but there is still a lot of work to do," admitted the Barcelonan.
He already has four goals and last Saturday he scored a brace to reverse a 1-0 deficit at Ontinyent. "Strikers live in streaks and right now, fortunately, I am enjoying a very good one. The streaks are there to take advantage of, but it is important to score goals to gain confidence before the start of the season, but I still have to get better at a lot of things."
Already tested in the youth teams of Villarreal (he has passed through Juvenil A, Villarreal C, and this year is fighting for a position in Villarreal B), the Catalan has always provided many goals: Last year he scored 35 times in Division Three. Gerard has not kept his dream to play for the first team a secret. "I am going to give my all to be there on the 18th at the start of the League, but there is no need to be nervous. Simply continue to work very hard off at training and to give my all to take the opportunity when it comes."