- Cristiano Ronaldo has stated clearly that he has no regret if his football career ends today
- The former Manchester United star said he has won everything a player needs to win in football
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that he does not have any more dreams to chase in football except winning the World Cup, but the former Manchester United star is not much concerned about the trophy.
Considering his successful career at Manchester United and Real Madrid, Ronaldo is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time.
The 33-year-old won 23 honors during his time at both clubs including five League titles and the Champions League four times.
He has also lifted the Ballon d'Or a joint-record five times and captained Portugal to European Championship glory back in 2016.
The only thing missing in Ronaldo's trophy cabinet is the FIFA World Cup, and he has the chance of winning the trophy this year in Russia.
"I never dreamed I would win five Ballon d'Or awards, and if I had to finish my career now I would do so super happy. I have won everything.
"If I win another one, two or three Ballon d'Ors then I will be delighted but if not I already won five.
"Sincerely I don't think I have any more dreams to achieve. I achieved everything I dreamed of in football.
“I really think I have achieved so many nice things that I don't have any more dreams. But if you ask me if I want to keep winning of course I do.
“Obviously I would love to win the World Cup. But if my career ended now I would be very proud. I never thought my career was going to be so nice." Ronaldo told Brazilian YouTube channel Central Desimpedidos.
Portugal are in Group B for the 2018 FIFA World Cup which will take place in Russia, and Ronaldo and his teammates will face Iran, Morocco and Spain.
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