Real Madrid is two games away from a feat it hasn't achieved in nearly six decades: Winning the Champions League and the Spanish league in the same year.
Madrid will travel to Malaga on Sunday to wrap up La Liga and shift their focus to Juventus in the Champions League finals at Cardiff.
"But we must think about ourselves and trust in ourselves that we can win it".
The French coach was asked if he thought he was appreciated by the giant Spanish club.
"He'll be with us tomorrow", Zidane confirmed.
Last night, Barcelona fans around the globe, had their fingers crossed that Celta Vigo could do us a huge favour.
"We are highly motivated and, although we only need a point, we will go there to win, as always".
Ronaldo hadn't played an away match in the league since March, a run of four straight games. This is a hard place to come and it was a tough game. Even when Celta made in 1-2 later, they lacked the numbers to cope with Madrid's response and collapsed to the eventual 1-4 scoreline.
"Misses aren't normal for me, but I'm human and I can miss sometimes".
"It is very easy to build up an understanding with Cristiano", Isco told the club's website after their victory on Wednesday evening.
After this chance, Real Madrid could score two or three goals more with Benzema or Lucas Vázquez until Kroos scored the fourth one in the 87th minute. But its hopes of a comeback started to sink after Ronaldo found the net for the second time, and then sank further after Aspas was dismissed.
"Cristiano feels very well, physically great", he said. "He's just got something, he's different".
The team had a shot at the double last season, but failed in the home league and triumphed in the Champions League.
"We are only thinking about the Celta game", said Zidane. "We are giving our absolute all in every game, every move, giving everything".