"We will see", Solari said.
Real had to give Solari - or someone else - the job as Spanish rules prevent an interim coach from staying in charge for longer than two weeks.
Madrid managed to ride it out and killed the game off as a contest with a late "Panenka" penalty from captain Sergio Ramos and a thunderous strike from Dani Ceballos in stoppage time, although Brais Mendez struck a late consolation goal for Celta.
"I play football to make history", Benzema said after the win against Viktoria Plzen. "I usually don't plan too far ahead but in principle, it's my day off tomorrow".
The Wales star has often struggled to find a role for Madrid, finding himself sidelined with former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo previously favoured, but Solari feels Bale's ability to play in a number of different positions is vital.
After Sunday's 4-2 win at Celta, the capital club are now sixth, four points behind league leaders FC Barcelona. We know it well, but they showed it again today from minute 1 to 90. They are the third highest scorers in the division and in Iago Aspas boast the sort of smart finisher Madrid might have signed in the summer.
Real Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez will miss two months and midfielder Casemiro around three weeks, according to reports in Spain, as the club's injury crisis deepens.
"His work is excellent, he has been able to achieve very good results".
Such amounts of success naturally come with a degree of pride, as footballers are very much as human as you and I (despite the media portrayals and stupendous display of wealth), subject to the same emotions as regular people. "Above all today, in a very hard game".
"We have very good players and the team is getting better and better, we took advantage of our chances and we are very happy, we must continue in this way".