Spain produced a typically assured and confident performance in their latest international friendly fixture to beat reigning Copa America champion Uruguay 3-1 in Qatar. The win might have shown boss Vicente del Bosque a few new faces to include on his World Cup squad list.
With the likes of Iker Casillas and Xavi Hernandez injured, Fernando Torres and Fernando Llorente out of favour and several other regular names missing from the squad list, del Bosque took the chance to hand three international debuts out. He included plenty of other players who don't normally get a look in for the national team.
It goes without saying that most of the talent on display would walk into other nations' sides, but Spain has such a variety of riches that these players have to take any chance they can get.
A friendly isn't always the easiest fixture in which to shine, especially in only 20 or 30 minutes from the bench, but some might have had a telling impact on the match regardless. Here's four who might have shown they could make the plane trip to Brazil in 2014 for the World Cup.