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The Spaniard expected a more productive transfer period for his side and admitted he may not be there for a long time
|Who has a chance, a realistic chance? Teams in the middle of the table because they can have a go because they are safe,
Benitez said. The other teams, you have to manage it really carefully.
The final third is where we have to spend the money,
said Benitez. The big clubs are paying £40 or £50mfor players who make the difference.
I think from the beginning of the season we know that we are close, but sometimes it's not enough,
said Benitez. Hopefully everybody can see the effort is there, we're trying our best and still it's not enough.
I had teams, agents, talking with more money than here,
said Benitez. The reality is we have to compete in a division when we cannot compete against Bournemouth, who are spending money.