Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, feels his side have come out of their poor form, after they beat Leganes 3-1 at Butarque on Wednesday night.
The LaLiga fixture was their game in hand, following Real’s involvement in the Club World Cup last December and the win saw them climb up to third place.
Zidane’s men are now seven points behind second-placed Atletico Madrid and 14 adrift of runaway leaders Barcelona.
“We have had our moment when things were a bit difficult,” Zidane said.
“But now things are going well for us. As we are doing things well, we are confident, playing well, and we want more.
“Each of the players are giving more on the pitch, and that in the end is what makes you achieve very good games. What we want now is to keep going as we are. We have had difficult moments, but now we want to take advantage of this moment to keep going.”