Real are eight points behind Atletico going into the derby, although they have held the upper hand in this fixture in recent years.
“The players are going with the ambition of winning, I do not find myself comfortable with a draw,” he told Cadena Ser.
“After certain circumstances in the game then a draw may prove to be good, but when the players take to the field they are going out to win.
“A draw a good result? The players think differently, we always want to win and this is how we face our challenges. There is a competitive spirit to win and beat the opponent, it is instinctive.”
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