Chelsea star Alvaro Morata contacted Real Madrid ace Sergio Ramos in the aftermath of his side's draw with Spurs in the Champions League last night to offer the Spaniard words of encouragement, according to a report from Spanish media outlet Diario Gol.
Los Blancos have been a long way from their brilliant best this season, and currently sit five points adrift of bitter rivals Barcelona in La Liga after just five wins from their opening eight league outings.
And Zinedine Zidane's side found it tough going against Tottenham last night, struggling to a draw in the Santiago Bernabeu, after the visitors had taken an early lead.
And Diario Gol claim that Morata, who signed for Chelsea from Madrid in the summer, contacted his former teammate in the aftermath of their draw against the Lilywhites, and assured him that their upturn in fortunes will be just around the corner.
The 24-year-old striker is currently out injured, so obviously has plenty of time on his hands to offer support to Ramos.
The 31-year-old Spanish centre-back shouldn't consider himself too hard done by, however, with four La Liga titles, three Champions League winners medals and a World Cup winners medal under his belt.