"We’ve used our time very well and had some good training sessions," said Royals assistant manager Andries Ulderink as the training camp in Spain comes to a close on Saturday.
"We’ve had some team meetings in preparation for the coming games, so it has gone really well.
"We have the players 24 hours a day here and it’s a bit of a different environment for us. Everyone knows where we are in the league, so we thought it’d be good to come over here to get a different vibe around the team.
"At the start of the camp, we explained to the lads why we’re here – to prepare for the end of the season and the battle we have in front of us in the last 15 games. We’ve used the time really well in talks and tactics for the team.
"We aren’t in the best run, and hopefully one win can change the mood in the team and for the fans. Hopefully that can put us on a good run."