Centurion Zinedine Zidane Seeks More From Unbeaten Real Madrid
Real Madrid face Polish football club Legia Warsaw behind closed doors in a bid to seal their place in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Zinedine Zidane is the manager of Real Madrid
They will play Legia Warsaw in the Champions League
Real Madrid are the current Champions League title holders
The holders haven't tasted defeat in any competition in 26 games since April as Zidane's first season as a senior coach ended in glorious fashion by winning Real's 11th European Cup.
However, the Frenchman insisted he still has much to learn after just 10 months in the job following a season and a half in charge of Real's reserve team Castilla.
"Everything can be improved. I am happy for the 100 games, but I need to continue in the same fashion. There is always a lot to learn," Zidane said on Tuesday.
"I like what I do and hopefully I can continue for a long time at this club."
Zidane has won 33 of his 42 matches since replacing the sacked Rafael Benitez in January with seven draws and just two defeats.
However, despite an unbeaten start to this season, Real have rarely hit top form with a leaky defence Zidane's biggest concern.
Madrid haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 games and will be without first choice defensive pairing of captain Sergio Ramos and Pepe for at least their next two matches against Legia and Leganes on Sunday.
"That doesn't worry me," claimed Zidane. "It is true that in every game we are conceding a goal, but in football you can't control everything."
Victory over the Polish champions will secure Madrid's place in the knockout phase for the 20th consecutive season as long as Sporting Lisbon don't win away at Borussia Dortmund.