Cristiano Ronaldo expects to continue his “trajectory” and win more trophies at Real Madrid after scoring the winner against Gremio in Saturday’s Club World Cup final.
The Portugal international, 32, curled home a free-kick as Real became the first team to win back-to-back titles.
Ronaldo won a fifth Ballon d’Or earlier this month and crowned himself “the best player in history”.
“The numbers speak for themselves,” he said.
“I am very happy, I remain very motivated to keep winning things at a collective and individual level.
“I still feel strong enough to continue my trajectory as a player and to win trophies, which is what I like most.”
Saturday’s victory in Abu Dhabi was a record-equalling third Club World Cup win for Real, who also triumphed in 2014, matching Barcelona’s achievement.
Real have now won five trophies in 2017 – the Champions League, La Liga, Uefa Super Cup, Spanish Super Cup and now the Club World Cup.
It takes their overall total under Zinedine Zidane to eight since the former France international’s appointment as manager in January 2016.
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