Real Madrid boss Juande Ramos admits Ramon Calderon's resignation has affected their preparations for tonight's match against Osasuna.

"There has been an uproar but the team has worked well for the week," said Ramos. "Of course, everything that has happened has found it's way to the players, that's normal.

"We hope to find the fans supporting the team and we want to deliver a victory. It would be a fair reward.

"What has gone wrong was revealed in his (Calderon's) speech yesterday. People are saying a lot of things about Madrid that I do not know if they are true or not."

He added: "We're professionals and we have to work every day. We have a new president and we all work for the same goal. The only thing that will calm this situation are good results. We hope to continue winning and that everything calms down."