Zinedine Zidane believes that the way Gareth Bale is playing for Real Madrid, he could become better player than he was while he was at the club, reports The Daily Mail.
But recently assistant manager Zinedine Zidane has stated Bale is on his way to the top.
He told reporters: "I have only one worry about Gareth Bale, and that is that he will become a better player for Real Madrid than I was."
The Frenchman continued, to say that himself or anyone around the club wasn't surprised by this: "He is a complete attacking player - he can score, he can create, he has pace, and he is a specialist from set pieces. We all knew this though, that is why we spent so long in making sure he was a Madrid player."
The 24-year-old joined form Tottenham for a record fee of £77 million where he was already a fan favourite at the club.
But the World Cup winner isn't stopping there, he believes the Welsh winger can go all the way with his talent, and he's there to support him.
"I still think he can get even better. My door is always open to him when he needs advice, as, in my opinion, he has everything to become the best player in the World."
Real Madrid's next three games are all away, in the Copa Del Rey, Champions League and La Liga, but all winnable games with Cristiano Ronaldo returning back fit later on in the week.
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