Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane insists his team's exit from the Copa del Rey won't interrupt LaLiga focus when they travel to Osasuna on Sunday.
Los Blancos' hopes of winning a 20th Copa del Rey title were dashed after a 4-3 quarter-final loss to Real Sociedad on Thursday.
However, Zidane has turned his focus back to Real, which focuses on 15 games in the unbeaten LaLiga.
"We are not satisfied with our performance in the Copa del Rey game," Zidane told the club's website.
"We all analyzed it and the good thing is that we have another game three days later. We are fully focused on this game and doing what we did again because we don't do everything we do have so far been throwing away because of just one game.
"I said in each of my last 21 press conferences that we won nothing and nothing changes just because we lost a game." We have to keep fighting until the end of the season.
“Like all players, I have one game tomorrow and another next week. Things go on, nothing changes.
"We know what game it will be, it will be a tough game on hard ground and they are tough opponents and they do it really well." We know the challenges we have to face, but are ready to perform well and give everything. It's another cup final for us. "
Osasuna manager Jagoba Arrasate is very well aware that his squad can only afford a few mistakes when preparing for the LaLiga leader.
Twelfth in the table after only winning one of the last five games, Pamplona have to give up the 2-0 loss that Real suffered against Zidane in El Sadar in October.
Arrasate, who led the club last season after advancing from the Segunda Division, was aware of the size of the task ahead, but also wanted to discuss the value of such a high-profile opponent for the home crowd.
"We know it's the game of the year here at El Sadar," he said on the club's website.
“It is a special game to see if we can get close to the three points and achieve something that we know our employees will love.
Arrasate assumes that Zidane will set up a team that has little to do with the team that left Copa del Rey from its former club Real Sociedad on Thursday.
"We will see Real Madrid in the league," he said.
“Tomorrow we will see another Real Madrid that is different from the trophy. There are days when you play with five midfielders that dominate you and other days when you play with pure extremes.
“We have to take these nuances into account but keep the hallmarks of this Osasuna because we understand that you have to attack to win, to play a perfect match and not to make mistakes.
“Because if you make mistakes against these teams, you pay for it. We need the best Osasuna and the best Sadar to keep this difference as small as possible.
“Although we are good, they are the best. You are the leader of the league for a reason. "