"Getting whistled? To be honest, I didn't really notice, but it's true to say that those of us who have been here longest have to accept that ", Ramos said.
Sergio Ramos spoke to beIN SPORTS immediately after Real Madrid's 2-0 win against Valladolid this afternoon - a game which was resolved in the last 10 minutes with an own goal from Kike and a penalty which the captain transformed à-la-Panenka.
Patience: "When things aren't turning out is when you have to keep calm, keep trying, persisting and keep making an effort. Today the team improved against a side who play very good football, the results they've been getting aren't just by chance. The important thing is that we're over the bad patch we were in".
Crisis: "We perfectly understand how the fans feel. The players are responsibleand we are the one who will have the opportunity to turn things around. After the opening goal, it seemed the Bernabéu was lifted once again, they started giving us the encouragement we need. We need to have spirits high to keep working, and for the results to keep going our way and for the goals to keep going in for us".
100% behind the coach
Solari: "Whoever the coach is, we'll be with him to the death. Right now we have Solari and we'll see where get to, taking it step by step, game by game, so that we can forget about the bad moment we've been through".
Getting whistled by the fans: "To be honest, I didn't really notice, but it's true to say that those of us who have been here longest have to accept that. I understand how the fans feel. I'm the captain and the the one who has to be in the frontline; I'm proud that the fans direct all their anger at me".
Goal celebration: "Scoring today made me feel proud. I've spent many years at this club, and many hours working hard. You can't please everyone... I dedicated my goal to brother who's not feeling well and is in bed. The pride I feel within is what's helped me get where I am and win all that I've won".