Gareth Bale’s agent has said the Welshman has no plans to leave Real Madrid this summer and even wants to retire at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Bale has endured a difficult few months in the Spanish capital and is often greeted with jeers from his own team's supporters.
"He wants to play all his career for Real Madrid and if it does not work out, we will talk again," said Bennett on BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast.
"He will talk with Mr [Zinedine] Zidane, take it from there and then see at the end of the season."
Bale, like the rest of his Madrid team-mates, found out earlier this week that former manager Zinedine Zidane has returned as Los Blancos’ coach.
The once world-record signing reportedly did not enjoy a good relationship with Zidane during his first tenure, something Bennet made reference to.
“Gareth wanted to play one way and Zidane wanted to play another. That was the cause of it and over a period of time it got worse.
"If you let Gareth play the way he wants to play, having a run of games in a row not in and out, he can be right up there with Cristiano Ronaldo. He still has great talent.
"Gareth is very strong. He is a very strong-willed person and does not care what the press say. The jeering [from fans] is not something that bothers him, he does not understand what he has to do.
"Look at his record, what he has won and how he has played. In years to come, these people who are booing him, their children will be looking at the goals he scored