With six weeks to go until the end of the season, Real Madrid are still fighting on multiple fronts for silverware.
Both the Champions League and the LaLiga Santander titles are within reach for Los Blancos, and Zinedine Zidane knows the path to success from here.
The dream of the fourth Champions League double
Real Madrid have cut the gap between themselves and Atletico Madrid by nine points in the last nine Matchdays. As far as the Champions League goes, they play the first leg of their semi-final in just over a week against Chelsea.
So Real Madrid will be dreaming of their fourth double involving the Champions League, having won in Europe and Spain in 1956/57, 1957/58 and 2016/17.
Convinced that players need to arrive
The bar is high at Real Madrid, so the club aren't resting and are working hard to work on reinforcements for next season.
David Alaba will arrive, as MARCA revealed on January 19, but his signing won't be announced until the end of the season despite being agreed during the second week of January.
Beyond the Austrian, more players will arrive. Whether or not they managed to win one of or both of the Champions League and LaLiga Santander, they know that more strength is needed.
Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland
Real Madrid are keen on each of the two promising forwards. Los Blancos are willing to make a big move financially to sign both, should Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund be willing to sit down and talk.
Both players have already expressed an interest in joining the club.
Sell to make room
Real Madrid know that they won't have it easy in the transfer market, and they're aware that they'll need to move players on in order to fund signings.
There is, though, a willingness to shift players in order to make room financially and in the squad.