When SD Huesca signed Rafa Mir on a loan deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers in January, the Spanish side expected him to be an important reinforcement for the final part of the season and beyond.

The striker soon got a place in the team, starting four games in a row in La Liga 2. But things have been a little different since he was sent off in a match against Girona at the start of last month.

Mir first missed the game against Almeria, then stayed on the bench for the games against Rayo Vallecano and Extremadura, being used as a substitute in both of them.

Speaking to the local press on Tuesday, the Wolves loanee has admitted he’d like to be playing more, but still claims to be happy at the Spanish side.

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“I’m fine. Working well, happy and very calm. I don’t want to cheat for a starting place. I’m not comfortable on the bench but it is what it is, there’s been the decisions of the manager,” said Rafa Mir (via Sport Aragon).

“But I insist, I’m happy; my family is happy that I’m here and me too, so I’ll wait for my moment.”

Rafa Mir’s loan at Huesca runs until the end of next season, and the Spanish club have the chance to use a buying option to get him on a permanent deal.