Real are now ten points clear of second-place Villarreal after their 2-0 win over Racing and Schuster said: "I'd be happy to win it anywhere, but I'd really like to secure this title at our stadium. It doesn't worry me who it is against, just that we do so at home.
"We still we have not won anything and for that reason I do not want to overstate this situation. It is true that people did not expect this from me because this season a new team has been built, with a new trainer and that is not easy.
"Nobody has given us anything and we have worked hard to be here. It is important to continue improving for next season, but very important things are being achieved.
"The beauty of our football is another thing, which it seems we must look at on another day."