Carlo Ancelotti has said there are no limits for Real Madrid as the club aims for more success in 2015.
Los Blancos enjoyed one of their most successful years in their illustrious history in 2014, winning four trophies, including their 10th Champions League title. They also picked up the Copa del Rey, European Super Cup, and Club World Cup.
This season, they have continued to set new boundaries, and despite the 4-2 friendly loss to AC Milan this week, Real have won their last 22 consecutive competitive fixtures.
Speaking to Italian website Tuttosport, Ancelotti said his team could still improve this year.
“To win the 11th Champions League title would be a dream because we would be the first team to win two consecutive Champions League trophies since the change of format,” he said.
“The president, Florentino Perez, is wishing for it and we will do everything to please him.
“We do not have limits, we will try to improve ourselves and reach a higher level. We have had a very good season, being the best in the world, and we have confidence to win all the titles in which we participate.
“It is a must for Real Madrid, for its history, its prestige. We have to work and fight to win again.”