The Portuguese tactician has seen his reigning La Liga champions fall way behind rivals Barcelona on the table this term but has played down suggestions of a catastrophe at the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, the former Chelsea manager did confirm he would be back in the Premier League sooner than later but was quick to shoot down submissions that his next job would be replacing Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
"Are you worried with my crisis? I am not," he said to reporters.
"But I will go back to England after Real Madrid. We will see (when that is).
"I love everything (about England). England will be my next step."
He added regarding the possibility of replacing Ferguson: "No.
"I don't believe so.
"I think we have to end our career at the same time. Him at 90 and me at 70."