Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has said that he and his teammates will ‘go as far as they can’ to overcome their slow start to the season.
A disappointing period under Julen Lopetegui has led to Santiago Solari being placed in interim charge, and the former midfielder has began life in La Liga with a 2-0 win over Real Valladolid.
Real required two late goals at the Bernabeu, but Ramos is hopeful that the victory can act as the catalyst for an improved run of form.
The Spaniard is quoted by beIN Sports: “We’ll always go to the death with whoever the coach is.
“Now we have Solari and we will go as far as we can, little by little, game by game, so that we can forget the streak we’ve had.”
Real now sit in sixth place in the table, although that could change over the remainder of the weekend.