After being named French coach of the year for the second consecutive year by magazine France Football, Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane sat down for an interview and admitted that he would not stay at the Bernabeu dugout for the rest of the his career.
"We have had two great years and that shouldn't be forgotten".
There have also been calls in the wake of the draw at Celta Vigo on Sunday for Madrid to sign reinforcements in the transfer window, but Zidane remains insistent he does not want any new players this month.
The weekend setback, coming in its first league game since the demoralizing 3-0 home loss to Barcelona previous year, reignited talks of a crisis at the Spanish giant.
'I'm not going to tell you what we talked about but these are talks that could happen with any team, ' added Zidane.
"We are all responsible and me first and foremost, as the coach".
"When a player is bad, I will help him".
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"You can analyze it any way you want it, saying it is a crisis or whatever, but we are here to find solutions", Zidane said. When things are not going as we want, the answer is hard work.
"What you tell me is what a lot of people think: that there are people who are bad and I have to get them out of the team. It is not a physical thing or more in the head...it is a little bit of everything".
"So, things will sort themselves out in the end", Zidane said.
They will face Paris Saint-Germain, who recruited Neymar and Kylian Mbappe and targeted at the title, in Champions League round of 16.
Holders Barcelona host Celta on Thursday after drawing 1-1 in the first leg at Balaidos last week.
"Some people may think that everything is always easy for me, that I do everything from instinct, but that's not true!"