"Here we depend on the results, it has not changed, it will not change, it is the requirement of this club and I accept it". I like football and what I do, and I would like to continue. "I do not feel exhausted, not at all".
A triple back-to-back win in the Champions League would see the 45-year-old enter the history books and the elimination of pre competition favourites PSG has fans of "Los Blancos" believing that a Kiev May triumph is a real possibility.
Real Madrid, though, further extended their lead on 51 minutes with another penalty.
The Wales worldwide came close on numerous occasions to grabbing his hat-trick; however, after being reduced to the substitutes' bench for Real Madrid's last-16 win over Paris Saint-Germain earlier this year, Zidane refused to state to ESPN whether the attacker had altered his plans for Juventus this week.
Barca top the standings on 76 points but if second-placed Atletico Madrid beat Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday their advantage at the top will be cut to nine.
"This was a complicated game for us after the worldwide break and we got an important victory which will serve us well going into Tuesday's game", Real winger Vazquez said.
Ceballos joined Madrid from Real Betis just last summer but the youngster has struggled to force his way in to Zinedine Zidane's starting eleven on a regular basis this season.
And with Zidane having an eye on the first leg of a Champions League quarter-final against Juventus on Tuesday, Madrid have rested some of their star players.