By FOX Sports staff
Guaita, who came through the youth ranks at Mestalla, made his debut for the club back in the 2008/09 season and enjoyed plenty of first-team action in the next two campaigns.
However, he was limited to just 14 league appearances last term as Alves establised himself as Los Che's first-choice custodian, although he did manage another 11 games in cup and continental competition.
Nonetheless, the 26-year-old insists he is not looking to leave Valencia and is relishing the chance to fight for the number one spot.
"I'm a Valencia player," he told Marca. "I have two years left on my contract and I hope to stay for many more.
"If I'm not in the starting line-up, I will continue to fight just as I have always done."
Despite his reserve status with Los Che, Guaita is regarded by some as one of Spain's best goalkeeping prospects and, at 26, could still have a bright future ahead.