Eden Hazard finalised a reported £130million move to the Spanish giants last week, following seven successful years at Chelsea.
The Belgium international scored a whopping 110 goals and assisted a further 92 in 352 appearances for the Blues, helping the club to six major honours.
Talking to the media ahead of Belgium's Euro 2020 qualifier against Scotland on Tuesday evening, Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez talked up Hazard's move to the 13-time Champions League winners and believes the forward will help successful in helping Los Blancos to more trophies.
I'm staying at Madrid, says Ramos
He said: “He’s in the best moment of his career, at the age of 28, winning titles in different leagues.
“He can build a new project wherever that is as he’s one of the special signings of the summer.
“For Real Madrid, he’s a phenomenal footballer to get. There couldn’t be too many new chapters to his career so probably the only place he could go and win titles (is Madrid).
“I think it is the perfect fit. He’s a player who’s gone through clubs and can be treated as a hero. We’re all looking forward to how that new chapter at Real Madrid starts," he concluded.