The Atletico Madrid defender recently rejoined his international teammates after scoring in his side’s 4-1 defeat in the Champions League final against rivals Real Madrid last Saturday.Godin admits that he was devastated by the news of Suarez’s injury when he first caught word of the Liverpool star’s situation.When I heard (about Suarez) I said ‘no, not now, please’. The truth is that I felt ill, it is something that nobody expected. He is our talisman, our star,” said Godin. The 28-year-old believes that the only thing left to do is hold hope that he will return in time for next month’s World Cup Now what remains is for us to support him. I’ve talked to him and he is very optimistic,” he told Subrayado.Godin’s Uruguay have been drawn in England’s group and are set to face Roy Hodgson’s side in the second group game in Sao Paolo on 19 June.