I believe in doing the right things; that is my character and personality.
I've made a lot of mistakes in my life, but I think that's normal for someone who wants to grow and develop. You will have to overcome plenty of obstacles, and it is normal that you should stumble sometimes.
In the end, you need to be a little masochistic to be a goalkeeper. A masochist and egocentric as well.
The role of a goalkeeper is difficult to judge, above all if you haven't been a goalkeeper. It's like me giving an opinion on someone's job without having had any experience in their sector. You start to realise how many stupid things are said and written about goalkeepers.
The pitch is the most beautiful part of the game; it gives you emotions which bring meaning to life.
When you go somewhere and think it will be your last time there, you always appreciate the beauty of it even more and want to crystallise emotions that you will keep with you forever.
Not looking for excuses is the right thing to do. I have made a lot of mistakes, and I still make mistakes, but I am not ashamed to look for the reasons behind those mistakes.
If I do something, I do it with the idea to get to the top - without that, I would stop living.
Messi is an alien that dedicates himself to playing with humans.
I do not need to hear how I am judged by others. I know by myself if I can be satisfied or not with my work.
In this job, you accept criticism and give answers on the field.
I have a wealth of experience, but I do not want to coach. I rather like the role of recruiter.
I have not lost an awful lot in my life, but the defeats have taught me more than the victories. Whenever I lose, I focus on the ability of my opponent and on the mistakes I made.
I thought psychologists were people who rob, figuratively of course, money from the insecure. But they are not. They are people who are there to help you, and if you find a good psychologist, they will allow you to talk about everything and open up, without the slightest of fears, and that is no easy thing.
I went through a lot of changes and a period of depression. I'd reached an age when I had to grow up and start taking life a bit more seriously, which had a huge impact on me. I suffered terrible anxiety, and sometimes, in the middle of a game, my legs would start shaking uncontrollably. It was pretty scary.
Often, there are fallacies when a journalist or a fan and sometimes even a coach who has never been a goalkeeper sees a cross in the six-yard box and says he should come out.
I took what I've been given, and I got where I did on the basis of something that is often undervalued - merit.
People don't mind you feeling low if you are still performing. But if you've shared too much, and suddenly your performance dips, that's when they start doubting you.
Would I still be playing at the top level at the age of 37 years if I had any weaknesses?
Who knows? I might retire at the age of 65.