Real Madrid finished the season second in the Spanish top-flight.
Zinedine Zidane’s men were dethroned as La Liga champions by Atletico Madrid despite coming from behind to beat Villarreal in the final game of the season.
Atletico Madrid won their first title after seven years and Zidane was questioned whether he will be in charge after he failed to deliver a trophy this season.
“I’m not the most important thing here, it’s all about what the players have done all season,” the Frenchman said at his post-match press conference.
“That’s why we should focus on what we’ve done during the season and then, in time, taking it calmly, we’ll see what happens. I’ll speak to the club in relaxed fashion, but later on, not right now.
“In the next few days we’ll speak to the club, to the people we need to speak to and that’s all there is to it. We’ll soon see what happens, but not just with me, with Real Madrid as a whole for next season.
“Today is a day to congratulate my players. We gave it all we had on the pitch. We haven’t won anything and the players want to win. I’m responsible for all that.
“There are things that are up to me and we’re going to assess all of that. That’s why I want to congratulate the players but what they really want is to win things.”