"I'm very happy for Isco, I was very sorry that he missed the one played in the first half, because it would have been a great goal", he told reporters.
The 26-year-old has been tipped to join a number of European powerhouses since Julen Lopetegui's sacking in the Spanish capital, but the Sun claims that potential suitors Arsenal would be the "best-suited destination" for Isco in January. But there could be an arrangement for both parties; after all, Isco will barely play under Solari and unless his attitude changes dramatically, he won't be back with the first team any time soon.
Dani Carvajal is set to start at right-back, with former Chelsea stopper Thibaut Courtois between the sticks ahead of Keylor Navas.
The Los Blancos are working on Xabi Alonso being named a member of Mourinho's technical crew next season. He enjoyed rare minutes against Eibar and Valencia, and at the weekend, was handed the captain's armband for the clash with UD Melilla.More news: Newcastle United 0 West Ham 3
Toni Kroos is the biggest worry for boss Santiago Solari after the German midfielder confirmed he is suffering with a knee injury.
Solari is happy for team's attack performance.
Against Melilla, he scored a brace, and added a directness to a side that had been calling out for it in recent weeks.
Qasmi made no mistake from 12 yards after being fouled by Sanchez as time ran down, but the respite was temporary and Isco restored the five-goal margin seven minutes from time. The next match, away to Huesca, could see the duo force a repeat appearance in the starting XI.