Iker Casillas says he wishes coach Jose Mourinho all the best in the future despite their well documented fall out during the season.
The Real Madrid keeper and Spain skipper did not play a single match for the first team during the second half of the campaign, with Mourinho preferring to use Diego Lopez and Antonio Adan between the sticks.
The Portuguese boss also selected fourth-choice keeper Jesus Fernandez for last weekend's final match in charge against Osasuna.
But Casillas told the Spanish press: "I don't hold any grudge nor do I feel mistreated by him.
"He took the decisions which he thought were the best for the club and you need to respect that. I've nothing personal against him.
"Unfortunately, we weren't able to achieve our objectives in the Copa del Rey and Champions League in the end, but there's no point going on about that.
"Mourinho has embarked on a new journey and I wish him the best."