MADRID, SPAIN - JANUARY 24: Francisco Roman Alarcon alias Isco of Real Madrid CF controls the ball during the Copa del Rey Quarter Final match between Real Madrid CF and Girona FC at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on January 24, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

A new Zinedine Zidane’s era is in full swing at Real Madrid, according to  Spanish midfielder Isco Alarcon.

Isco has struggled to become a first-team regular under the tenure of previous managers Lopetegui and Solari which casted doubts on his future.

The Spain international has struggled to impress with his performances this season and he didn’t enjoy much playing time under his former coach Santiago Solari.

With 11 LaLiga Santander games left to play, the Spanish midfielder is ready to help Los Blancos capitalise on any slip-ups and finish strongly this season.

“LaLiga Santander is very difficult, but we will try to add all the points we can,” he said during an Adidas event and cited on Marca.

“The change starts now, and we need the fans at our side.”There are maximum demands on this team and we have to fight for all the titles.

“It has not been our best year, but from now on we work to be where the club’s history deserves, which forces us to come back stronger.”

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Isco went on to express his approval of Zidane’s return to the club and equally spoke of his passion to manage the team.

“We all know him and we know what he was like as a player and as a coach,” he added.

“It’s good news for everyone that he has returned, as he loves Real Madrid and he has shown it with this decision.”

Zidane completed his first piece of business with the capture of Porto’s defender Militao, who would join later in the summer.