Despite Real Madrid's dismal start to the season, the club's president remains confident Los Blancos can still "win it all".
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez remains bullish Los Blancos are still capable of success on all fronts despite their troubled start to the season.
Madrid eventually broke down Real Valladolid on Saturday afternoon in interim boss Santiago Solari's first league fixture in charge of the side following Julen Lopetegui's sacking to record a first Liga win in six attempts and rose to sixth in the table as a result.
But despite the disastrous nature of Lopetegui's four-month tenure, and their continuing search for a permanent boss, Pérez says nobody should doubt Madrid's qualities.
"We've got a great squad which has proved that it's capable of winning everything going," Pérez told attendees at an event to commemorate Madrid's members.
"I want to state that all of our targets for this season remain intact.
"We are experiencing one of the most extraordinary stages in the history of Real Madrid. We have to value this and what we are achieving.
"This team has won absolutely everything. We've managed to achieve a historic feat that's practically impossible to repeat: lifting three Champions League crowns in a row and four in five seasons."