A man accused of being involved in the terror crashes in Spain has told a court a bigger attack was planned, according to judicial sources.
Mohamed Houli Chemlal, an alleged member of the terror cell that orchestrated the attacks, reportedly confessed to police and a judge under questioning in Madrid.
Chemlal was injured in an explosion at a bomb factory that police believe preceded the attacks.
Four people have been arrested in connection with the twin vehicular attacks which killed 15 people in Cambrils and Barcelona.
The accused, who appeared in court Tuesday, are believed to be the only surviving members of a 12-strong cell.