Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has served a hint that he has signed a new contract that will keep him longer with Los Blancos.

Zidane’s contract was set to run out at the end of the season but it was widely expected that an extension will be agreed upon.

In his 18 months in charge, the former Real midfielder has won the Champions League twice and La Liga once.

Madrid have renewed several players' contracts in recent weeks and the Frenchman told a news conference that he too has extended his deal.

"In terms of the renewal, it's already done," said Zidane.

"I care about the day to day and I'm not looking further than that."

The deal has not yet been formally announced by the club.

Zidane took charge of Real in January 2016 and has led them to consecutive Champions League trophies and their first La Liga title since 2012, as well winning the Uefa Super Cup twice and the Fifa Club World Cup.

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