Real Madrid are looking to rediscover their fine form when they face Real Sociedad today and Sergio Ramos believes the help of the fans can help them regain their touch.
The Santiago Bernabeu faithfuls have booed the Madrid team for their poor run of form, with Ronaldo and Benzema getting the brunt of the attack.
Real Madrid’s Spain 40-match unbeaten run ended with Copa del Rey exit at the hand if Celta Vigo coming right after.
Zidane’s men are currently one point ahead of Sevilla and two ahead of Barcelona, but Ramos believes they can stay firm with the backing of the fans.
“Above all, we want the fans to support us in order to help make us a better team and I’m convinced that together we can win La Liga,” Ramos told Marca, having made a similar plea after scoring both goals in last Saturday’s laboured 2-1 win over Malaga.
“It is going to be a tough game against a very difficult opponent who have played very good football this season and are deservedly near the top of the table.”