Forward looks ahead to Saints clash.
Rodrigo has been giving his thoughts on the upcoming Premier League match with Southampton at Elland Road, as his side aim to continuing their recent good form.
The Whites are looking to make it three wins on the bounce after wins against Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers, two matches in which the Spanish forward found the back of the net.
Speaking ahead of the match, Rodrigo gave his thoughts on his recent form and that of his side.
“The last two games were a big test for our hearts and they were two great games,” the forward explained.
“I'm really happy that we could achieve those two big wins for us because we deserve it, and we needed it. I think it is a big is a boost of energy for all of us, the way that we got those points.
“Fighting until the end and believing until the end, especially against wolves, against a really, really great team that are doing an amazing season.
“And, of course, it is good for our confidence to keep working hard, to have the energy, to have the positive vibes in the week here of training, to face the next games in the in the best way as possible.
“I'm really happy to score goals in the games. It was very important for me and of course, and especially because those goals means that I am helping the team because at the end, the most important thing is the result.
“That gives us confidence and happiness to face the next week, to face the next game. I just want to keep on this path and in this positive moment, to keep trying to help everyone.”
Turning his attention to Saturday’s visitors, Rodrigo feels that every game in the Premier League is a big game, and this will weekend will be no different.
He said: “It’s a big game, as is every game in the in the Premier League.
“It's true that in the away game we didn't have a good performance, so we now have the opportunity to try to do that.
“We want to keep in this positive moment, to show again our level and to show that we are a great squad, that we have the capacity to win every game and especially a home game.
“Elland Road will be full as always and people will support us until the end. I think the fans are really happy as well with the last two results.
“It hasn't been an easy season for anyone. So, I feel that the fans are now happy with the team and they will be very important for us.
“We have to take advantage of these positive moments. We have everything in our hands to finish well this season and achieve what we want.”