Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos says he is not happy to look back and reflect on what he has won in the game but prefers to focus on how he can win more trophies.
The defender, who was named in the FIFAPro World Eleven for the sixth time in his career, told reporters in Zurich that he wants to lead his club to more glory.
During his career, the former Sevilla centre back has picked up a host of major honours including the Champions League, World Cup, European Championship, La Liga, World Club Cup and Copa del Rey. He has been capped more than 100-times for his country.
Ramos, who was named as Los Blancos captain in the summer following the sale of Iker Casillas, stated: “It is always a privilege to be at this gala with the best players in the world. Being a part of this group is down to group work. It is a prize and a reward for daily work and sacrifice.
“I am an optimistic and ambitious footballer. I am not satisfied with what I have won in the past. I find motivation on a day to day basis, from training session to training session, in order to gradually reach the top level and be able to enjoy these moments.”