By FOX SPORTS Staff
Los Blancos have not had the best of seasons in the La Liga; Real have amassed 61 points from 28 games, but they are a massive 13 points behind league leaders Barcelona, and with only 10 more games to play, it is highly unlikely Jose Mourinho's men will be able to retain the championship this campaign.
Nonetheless, Alonso does not want his side to ease up in the La Liga and has called on Los Blancos to continue giving their all in every game, starting with their match against Real Zaragoza in their next fixture.
"Our situation in la Liga is not ideal, but we have to carry on like this, doing things right and trying to win every match," Alonso was quoted as saying by the official Real website.
"Zaragoza are having problems, they are on a bad run.
"Any trip to any stadium is difficult and I do not think that this will be easy."
Alonso also admits his side are already dreaming of taking part in the Champions League final this season but acknowledges Real's quarter-final opponents Galatasaray will not be an easy meet.
"Here at Madrid we are all looking forward to the Champions League, and to be able to make the final," Alonso declared.
"But before that there are still several stages and Wednesday is the first, playing at home.
"We want to get a good result and I am sure it will be a good game with a great atmosphere."
Real beat Manchester United 3-2 on aggregate in the last-16 of the Champions League.