Julen Lopetegui's Spain side ramped up their preparations ahead of their friendly against Germany on Friday night.
Diego Costa, David de Gea and their Spanish team-mates were put through their paces by Lopetegui as they trained at the national centre in Madrid on Tuesday.
Costa and his colleagues appeared in a relaxed mood ahead of their highly-anticipated fixture against the reigning World Cup holders.
Diego Costa and his Spain team-mates were in high spirits as they trained on Tuesday
Costa and his team-mates are preparing for their friendlies against Germany and Argentina
David de Gea keeps his eye on the ball during training at Spain's national centre
The Spaniards were pictured warming up, taking part in agility exercises before enjoying some ball work on Tuesday afternoon.
Spain take on Joachim Low's side on Friday in Dusseldorf before facing Argentina just four days later at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.
Meanwhile, Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has admitted he is ready to step up to the plate after receiving his first call-up to the Spain squad.
Julen Lopetegui's side were put through their paces on Tuesday
The squad were pictured taking part in agility exercises before enjoying some ball work
The likes of Isco and Marcos Alonso were also snapped training in Madrid
'I take it as a chance. The head coach knows me well from the Castilla time. It's a chance to show myself and adapt quickly to the team, in order for them to count on me more times,' Alonso said.
'They're two very important matches to prepare what's to come.
'They're nice games, against the world champions and the runner-up, special for any player.'
Spain head coach Lopetegui looks closely at his board as he gets ready for the Germany clash
Marcos Alonso was called up to the Spain squad for the first time for the upcoming friendlies