Date: 15th November 2016 at 3:21pm
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Tomer Hemed remains very much part of the Brighton set up, with him central to Chris Hughton’s plans, but he’s revealed after spells in La Liga with Mallorca and Almeria a return to Spain appeals to him before his career comes to an end.

In total he spent four-years in Spain with him quoted by the Argus as saying it was ‘very special’ for him with him already looking forward to Israel’s World Cup qualifier with the Spanish in March next year.

‘It was very special for me to go there and play against some of the best players in the world. It was an amazing four years for me. It will be very special to go back and play in Spain against many players that I used to play against in the league.’

Having enjoyed that time the 29-year-old would be interested in ending his playing career in La Liga, adding.

‘The life there was very nice, the weather was great. Maybe I will finish my career there.’

Next year could be a very big one for Hemed. He’ll hope to be part of the Brighton squad that completes promotion from the Championship to the Premier League in the early stages of it then qualification for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia secured for him (and his Albion teammate Beram Kayal) towards the end of it when qualifying reaches a conclusion.

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