Former Real Madrid goalkeeper, Iker Casillas believes the club’s poor run of form will prove to be a learning curve for Zinedine Zidane and the players.
Madrid won the La Liga and successfully defended their UCL last season and were expected to dominate this season.
However, they sit third in the league and second in their UCL group, but Casillas expects them to bounce back.
“[Disappointing results] are going to make him stronger,” the Porto goalkeeper told Omnisport, after winning the Golden Foot Hublot Award in Monaco.
“Everyone is waiting for a mistake from Real, but this is a team which has won two Champions Leagues in a row and no one could do that before.
“So apparently they are not in the best shape right now in LaLiga and they have lost a game against Tottenham, but we have to wait.
“There are still a lot of games to come in LaLiga. And it’s the same for the Champions League; everything is going to be decided in February.”