Madrid, Aug 28(ANI): Real Madrid winger Cristiano Ronaldo reckons that while the Champions League is the biggest tournament to win in all club competitions, he also dreams of winning the Spanish League.
"I have always admired the Spanish league and dream of winning it one day. When I retire I want to look back and say that I have won both English and Spanish titles, the Champions League and hopefully more international titles," The Sun quoted Ronaldo, as saying.
Ronaldo also said that he is ready to make up for his last season's Champions League heartbreak with Manchester United by winning the competition this season with Real Madrid.
"Football doesn't always go as you would like, but it does still bother me that we lost that game," Ronaldo said.
"The only thing I am not happy about in my final year was that we could not win the Champions League final again, but I did all I could for Manchester United," he added.
Ronaldo further said that Barcelona were a force last season and they won the Champions League as they exploited their chances.
"You have to respect Barcelona because they won three big titles last season and that says a lot about their strength, but I don't think they were better than us (Man U). They were just more efficient when they got their chances," he said. (ANI)