​​Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos has admitted that the team must do better in order to engage the fans and get them reconnected with the club, after a run of results which has left their supporters disappointed.


Madrid's results this season has had a massive effect on the attendance figures at the Bernabeu, with fans shying away from attending their home games. 


Their recent fixture against Leganes in the Copa del Rey saw only 44,231 people attend the game, which was the lowest attendance for a home game this season.


Ramos who in in his 14th season with the club, admits that the team needs to start reconnecting with the fans in order to win back their support.



“We have to improve in all that we can, we have to achieve a couple of good results so that everyone calms down. Most of all, we need to reconnect with the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu because we are very distant right now," he said, as per ​Marca.


The Madrid based club have struggled to put on a run of results on a consistent basis and are currently placed fifth in ​La Liga, with 30 points from 18 games, 10 behind rivals and table toppers Barcelona.


Los Blancos will next be seen in action on the 13th of January when they face Real Betis in the league.