In an interview with EFE, González praised Keylor's leadership qualities with the national team and said he hopes the keeper will continue with Real Madrid and eventually end his playing days at the club.
"He wants to end his career at Madrid and I think that's exactly what he'll do. He's shown what he is capable of through deeds, not words and it's only fair that he is respected for that", he said.
"He is a very humble person, he only thinks about winning but like the rest of us, he's only human. He has his goals, his objectives and things he strives to achieve in life. But humility is something which he will never lose - he's from a small village, a humble, modest neighbourhood in Costa Rica and all of that has helped him to grow, to mature and get to where he is now."