David Beckham believes that Brazilian coach Vanderlei Luxemburgo will be the man who gets Real Madrid back to winning ways.
“I’m not used to not winning trophies,” the England captain told Spanish radio station Cadena Cope on Thursday.
“It’s the first time in my career that I’ve gone two years without winning anything.
“Of course, like the rest of the team I’m upset that we haven’t won anything. I’m very happy to be part of the team but I want to win titles.
“I’m not used to having four coaches in the space of just two years and it’s not a good thing for the team.
But Beckham said the appointment of Luxemburgo had helped his own form.
“Luxemburgo is the coach who has best understood where I should play. I’m more comfortable on the wing than in the middle although I’m happy to play anywhere I’m asked to.
“I like Luxemburgo both as a coach and a person and I hope that he remains at Real because he has been very good for the team. He makes the players work hard and knows what he wants from each one of us.”
Beckham confirmed that he intended to finish his career at Real.
“I’m very happy at Real and want to end my playing days here. I want to stay as long as the club wants me.”