Enzo Zidane has said scoring on his debut is just the start of things for him at Real Madrid.
Zidane, the son of Madrid coach Zinedine, replaced Isco at half-time in the 6-1 Copa del Rey thrashing of La Cultural y Deportivo Leonesa and scored the fourth goal with a low 20-yard strike.
He told the official Real website: "To score on your Real Madrid debut is always a dream, and I'm really happy it's come at the Bernabeu and with a win.
"It's been a very special night. I've had to wait for my chance and now it's here. This is the beginning, and I have to keep working to get more chances and help the team."
The Real youth product played in two preseason friendlies and has made 15 appearances for the reserves this season.
He said he had benefited from training with the first team and added: "You learn things all the time just from watching the best players in the world.
"The squad treat me and all of the other younger players really well. That's really important for a player like me as it allows me to enjoy my football with them."
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Mariano Diaz stole the limelight on Wednesday with a hat trick on his fourth senior appearance for Real.
He told the club's official website it was "a dream come true" and added: "To score once is incredible and there are no words to explain what it means to get three."
Reports in Spain claim as the 23-year-old striker could leave Real in the winter window with Malaga, Sevilla, Deportivo and Villarreal said to be keen to take him on loan.
But he said: "I'm focused on the here and now and things are going well -- I'm really happy."