Hector Bellerin is trying to take full advantage of his time at Real Betis, as he doesn’t know how long he’ll be able to stay.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin moved on loan to Real Betis this summer, joining his family’s club. He admits it was “a dream” for his father and for himself to play for the Spanish side, but it’s only a temporary deal for now.
As for what’s next, Bellerin says he’s just taking things one day at a time, as he doesn’t know whether he’ll be able to stay with Betis beyond this summer.
“I’m on loan for a year, I don’t know if I will have the opportunity to stay longer or not, and at the moment [the deal] is until June,” Bellerin said.
“I will take advantage of it and enjoy it to the fullest and the best way is to win, so we will see if we can continue on this line.
“I try to enjoy my life from day to day and hope that we finish as high as possible.”
Estadio Deportivo recently reported that Bellerin’s camp claim he’s very happy in Seville, and he feels he’s had a straightforward adaptation period playing in La Liga so far.
The right-back has settled well with a number of his teammates, including his old friend Marc Bartra, Alex Moreno, and Borja Iglesias.
As things are going so well, Bellerin isn’t missing London right now. Real Betis are progressing in the Europa League and the Copa del Rey, and they’re also third in La Liga as it stands.
As Bellerin says, the best way to enjoy his loan is to keep winning. If Betis qualify for the Champions League next season, maybe they can afford to buy him permanently.