No, [I'm not safe] at all.
"I'm not preparing anything (for next season)". "What I am doing now is for now and the end of the season".
"Atletico are going very well and I am not expecting anything like the game in the first half of the season (which Real won 3-0 away)". "We know this is just part of football, but all we're interested in is what happens out on the pitch, nothing more".
Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final, first leg at Atletico may be the biggest game in Leicester's 133-year history but their opponents have got used to playing on Europe's biggest stage, reaching the Champions League final twice in the past four years.
Despite this success, there have been recent rumblings "of a squad unimpressed with the rookie coach" and of Zidane losing the confidence of president Florentino Perez, per Malyon.
The European champions' destiny is in their hands as they lead holders Barcelona by two points while also having a game in hand, though doubts linger about their true quality.
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Atleti have won on their last three Liga visits to the Bernabeu, with Antoine Griezmann scoring the victor last season. We are committed and we want to do a good job.
Griezmann scored the victor last season as Atletico became the first side to ever win away to Real in the league for three consecutive seasons.
Pressed on whether he could jump to Atletico Madrid's city rivals, the Frenchman added: "I cannot say yes or no because I would be in trouble. We need the points for our objectives", he told reporters ahead of Saturday's Madrid derby.
"I'm smiling because you always ask me the same question", Zidane said.
With 17 wins and three draws recorded since Atletico triumphed here back in February, the widely available 4/5 on Real just to win will understandably be in plenty of accumulators on Saturday as they close in on the title.
"Against Malaga we have always found it hard, so let's see if we can still keep fighting for the league", the 2015 treble winning coach commented.