Zinedine Zidane says he is ready to become a head coach after spending time as Carlo Ancelotti's assistant at Real Madrid.
The former France international, who was named sporting director at Santiago Bernabeu in 2011, opted to become Ancelotti's No.2 when the Italian replaced Jose Mourinho in the dugout during the summer.
Following his first six months as Ancelotti's right-hand man, Zidane insists he now feels ready to try his luck at the helm of a side, and has vowed to build his first team into an efficient attacking unit.
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