Sergio Ramos has insisted that there are no divisions in the Real Madrid dressing room, amid reports of disharmony at the club.
Uncertainty has reigned supreme at Los Blancos in recent weeks following a poor run of results, with President Florentino Perez forced to address the situation at a Press conference on Thursday, but the injured defender maintains there is a ‘great atmosphere’ in the Spanish capital.
“If anything can characterise our dressing room these last few years, it’s happiness,” he said at a promotional event.
“This year and last season, we’ve experienced unique moments every day.
“Above all, we’ve dedicated ourselves to what [we should be] dedicating ourselves to. You have to be happy and feel like nothing can erase your smile.
“Fortunately, in the dressing room there’s a great atmosphere. I don’t take notice of the stories which go around.”
Javier Hernandez, Gareth Bale and Marcelo also touched on their experiences at the Santiago Bernabeu.
“I feel on par with the best players in the world, whom I’m surrounded by at [Madrid], and on the few occasions I’ve played, I’ve tried to show [my ability],” he continued.
“I’m ready for the next opportunity which arises. When the fans support you in both the good and bad times, it’s essential and helps you.
The Welshman added: “The Premier League is more physical and faster, La Liga’s more technical.
“Scoring the winning goal in the Copa del Rey final [last season] was a dream come true. It’s times like this which allow you to win titles and make history.
“Many players want to play for Madrid, so I always give everything for this jersey and [my country] Brazil,” the left-back concluded.