The Frenchman is looking to get his side back to winning ways this weekend following four consecutive draws in all competitions.
Zidane is under growing pressure for the first time since taking over from Rafael Benitez last term, but he has been unable to work with his squad during the international break.
The Real boss has admitted he needs to find a solution sooner rather than later as they look to avoid dropping away from their rivals at the top of the table.
Zidane said: “The key for me is to find a solution to why we are drawing.
“It is normal that you go through difficult moments. I never consider myself as a great coach. It’s my job and I try to do it the best I can to find solutions.
“Anything can happen in this game – you can win the Champions League and think you are the best trainer in the world – the only thing I can tell you is that I want to keep on learning.
“I haven’t invented anything and won’t be inventing anything in the near future. All I can do is give my experience as a player and then our players have to continue with that, working hard.”