Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has admitted that he can only be allowed to continue by the club, if he delivers trophies.
Zidane is on the verge of a first La Liga and Champions League double for 59 years and is expected to be handed a contract extension until 2020.
Madrid need seven points from their last three league fixtures to clinch the title for the first time in five years and face Juventus in the Champions League final on June 3.
“I am improving in all aspects (as a coach), but that doesn’t mean anything,” Zidane said.
“I know where I am and the only thing that matters here is doing everything possible to win.”
Zidane is taking nothing for granted, as he believes the toughest part of the season is still to come.
“These three matches in the league and the Champions League final are the hardest part,” he added.
“We are getting closer and closer to the goal. We realise that we have four matches left, at the beginning of the season we had 50 games left.
“Today we still have four finals to try to win the championship and the Champions League, but in saying that, we haven’t won anything yet.”