The Blancos executive has praised the impact made by Diego Lopez since the keeper rejoined the capital club, but refused to comment on Jose Mourinho's future.
Jose Mourinho's side has struggled in retaining the Liga crown this season, but is still in the hunt for both the Champions League and Copa del Rey.
"The goal is to win all the titles. We do not value what others do, we focus on our games," the 48-year old told Marca.
Diego Lopez was brought in from Sevilla in January in order to deputize for the injured Iker Casillas, and Pardeza is impressed with how the former Villareal man has performed.
"[Lopez] was hired to help. We are very happy with his performances. We will see if there is debate when Iker is available again," he stated.
Jose Mourinho's future at the Santiago Bernabeu has been the subject of widespread speculation of late, but Pardez refused to comment on the rumors.
"I will not contribute to the debate about Mourinho," Pardeza said.
The former Spain international spent three years in the Spanish capital as a player before going to Real Zaragoza.