Bale had nothing but positive things to say about meeting the former Manchester United winger.
"It was amazing," Bale said. "He's a nice guy, he made me feel welcome just like everybody else did.
"They made me feel settled straight away and I'm just looking forward to getting on the pitch and doing well."
Bale has not had a great deal of time to get up to speed with coach Carlo Ancelotti's tactics.
"Obviously I went straight away on international duty which probably wasn't the best but I've been back in the last two days now but the boys have been very nice to me and made me settle quickly and its just an honour to be here," said the 24-year-old, who was speaking on Thursday at the unveiling of Madrid's new third kit.
"I feel good, I've been training last week with Wales. I've had two good sessions today.
"I got half an hour to 40 minutes' game time with Wales and I'm feeling good but obviously I'm a bit behind physically than everybody else but hopefully I can catch up as soon as possible.
"[Ancelotti] spoke to me but we have to wait until the match day to see whether I'm picked or not but hopefully I can get my fitness up straight away and get a place in the team."
Asked what position he is likely to play among Madrid's considerable talent pool, he added: "I've had conversations with him [Ancelotti] and that stays between him and me but I'm just looking forward to getting on the pitch and wherever the manager puts me I'll be giving 100 per cent."
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