Eden Hazard needs to do more physical work to complete his recovery from a broken ankle and represent Real Madrid again this season.
'Training at home is different, but I think everyone did well, everyone did what the coach has said and everyone keeps fit, everyone is pretty strong'.
"I'm happy to be back with my players, that's the most important thing after almost 60 days", said Zidane, adding that the players "did well training at home" and came back in good shape after the lockdown.
"After two months out, I need more fitness and more [training] with the ball".
"We'll do everything to be ready for the restart and with eleven games to go we want to give it absolutely everything to win something". It was suspended in mid-March because of the pandemic. Players were allowed to resume individual training from May 4 as the country began to de-escalate its lockdown measures.
La Liga clubs on Monday returned to group training "with a maximum of ten players".
The Belgium worldwide went under the knife before lockdown was implemented in Spain due to the coronavirus outbreak, but he's now returned to Real Madrid's training complex for the first time as restrictions start to be lifted.
"Group training may be carried out by all clubs, regardless of the de-escalation phase of the province in which they are located. The first week was a bit odd but now we can be back in the group and with goalkeepers as well, so it's more like we want", he added. "We just want to be all together and try to work as a group".
Zinedine Zidane oversaw Tuesday's session which combined physical work with technical exercises, as the French coach gradually ups the intensity ahead of a likely return to competition within the three to four weeks.