Real Madrid's Argentinian coach Santiago Solari (L) stands on the sideline during the Spanish King's Cup football match between UD Melilla and Real Madrid CF at the Alvarez Claro municipal stadium in the autonomous city of Melilla on October 31, 2018.
"What I can say is that we are very happy (with Solari)", said Emilio Butragueno, Madrid's director of institutional relations. The overall balance is 15 goals for and just two against - it's the best start any Madrid coach has enjoyed in the club's 116-year history.
Solari would not reveal whether he has been given any indication of what decision president Florentino Perez will take in the next 24 hours, however. "We are very happy with how things have gone".
He indicated in his opening press conference that he was open to keeping the job full-time. I see them with that desire to bring us the points.
His form has forced Spain coach Luis Enrique to concede defeat in his mysterious stand-off with the full-back, calling Alba up for the first time on Thursday.
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Solari refused to talk about his future after the win, saying "the important thing is to do what is right for the club".
Asked about how it feels to be the target of heavy criticism, Ramos said: "When you have been playing so long and you are the captain of Real Madrid and the national team, you are in the spotlight".
The challenge for Solari will be to manage the dressing room when results take a turn for the worse.
After that time, the temporary boss must be made permanent if they are to continue in the role - and it will be exactly two weeks on Monday since Solari was put in charge.
It proved an impressive final audition as Madrid struck a 4-2 victory, with Solari having to adapt to a handful of injury problems during the game.
Alvaro Odriozola, who has been one of the stars of the Argentine's run to date in charge, said following the weekend win over Celta: "He is a great coach and of course we want him to stay in charge".