Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo said he is fairly pleased with his form in recent years as further expanded his glittering trophy cabinet.
“I want to keep learning and working hard in the same way I have been doing up until now.”
Ronaldo is the favourite to win the 2014 Ballon d’Or trophy, and the talented goal-getter hopes he will be able to retain the crown he won earlier this year.
“Winning an award for a second or third time is always good,” he said. “My objective is always to win collectively, with the team, but also individually.
“I work very hard to be able to reach the level needed to win every kind of trophy. Playing football is what I enjoy and I will never tire of winning things.”
Ronaldo will now turn his focus from club to national duties as Portugal take on Armenia in Friday’s Euro 2016 qualifier, before facing nemesis Lionel Messi in an international friendly against Argentina at Old Trafford on 18 November.