Alvaro Morata has called for supporters to have patience with Real Madrid after they came from behind to win 3-2 away against Levante.
Nabil El Zhar's 86th-minute strike looked set to give los Granotes a shock win after Sergio Ramos had cancelled out Baba Diawara's opener.
However, Morata struck in the 90th minute to bring the scores level before Cristiano Ronaldo's deflected effort completed a late turnaround four minutes into stoppage time, and the young Spaniard has urged Madridistas to be patient with the team's form after another laboured performance.
"We need a touch of patience," the 20-year-old forward told reporters after the game.
"I'm sure we will gradually start playing better. I am very happy - it was a match that we did not start well, but we've got through it and we were able to achieve victory.
"At Madrid, from a young age they teach you to fight to the end."
Los Blancos remain in third in La Liga on 19 points, five behind leaders Barcelona.