In Marca, Perez invites, however, Zidane does not rest on its laurels: "This club always aspires to be better", warns the president.
"Madrid have been the best team in the world in the last few years", he told beIN Sports. According to Mundo Deportivo the French tactician could decide to step down as the Merengues coach at the end of the season if France call him after the 2018 World Cup.
Los Blancos manager Zidane is faced with a selection headache ahead of tomorrow's clash against Getafe, with eight of his first-team stars sidelined.
"When you are playing with the Spain your future is magnified [by the media] but the only thing in my head is Real Sociedad, nothing else matters".
And it is those exploits, on the field and now on the touchline, that have greatly impressed Tottenham's manager. "I had a lot of luck because in different moment in my life, I found good people, who knew me and really cared about me", he said of his time with the Barcelona-based side.
Gareth Bale is still out with a calf injury, while Mateo Kovacic, Dani Carvajal and Keymor Navas are also out, that will see Kiko Casilla get a rare chance in goal, but most eyes are likely to be on Cristiano Ronaldo.
This was evident in Real's last five UEFA Champions League games in 2016/17, where he scored 10 goals, including a brace in the final against Juventus.