At the end of the match, the Brazilian spoke to the media: "We don't want to end the season, we have to give everything for the shirt and get Real Madrid as high as possible".
Victory moves Madrid four points behind second-placed Atletico and keeps them 13 adrift of Barcelona, while Bilbao stay seventh, with their chances dented of sealing a spot in the Europa League.
Zidane has admitted that he feels the striker is the best in the world and that statement alone should let you know that he won't be going anywhere this summer.
His weak header dropped at the feet of Bale, who teed up Benzema to complete his hat-trick by firing into an empty net.
The Frenchman increased his tally to 21 league goals this season - the first time he has achieved the total since 2015-16 - and now has 10 goals in his last seven appearances for the club.
Benzema is the first player in the entire 117-year history of Real Madrid, who scored the last eight goals of the team, MisterChip reported. The Wales global, who has had some famous moments in a Madrid shirt, notable in Champions League finals, is not in his plans and is for sale.
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The 36-year-old Molina got his second goal in the 53rd.
Asked if this was the best performance since his return as Blancos' coach last month, Zidane said he was particularly impressed with his team's attitude and battling qualities.
"He's one of our leaders".
Three wins on the bounce had seen Sevilla jump above them but Getafe reclaimed control as a pair of penalties, one from Jaime Mata and another from Jorge Molina, put them two up, before Molina added a third. "He's a very expensive player and given the way football is, there's many players who are a level below salary wise who contribute a lot more".