World player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he wants to play at the top level for another six or seven years.
The 29-year-old Los Blancos superstar says he is “In good shape,” after playing through injury at the World Cup.
“For me every season is a challenge so I want to be good again. I dedicate myself 100 per cent and I want to carry on like that until I finish my career,” he said.
Portugal struggled at the World Cup with Ronaldo not fully-fit, but the Portuguese insists he is fully prepared for the coming season.
Ronaldo said: “I’m really focused. [We have the] opportunity to win five, six titles this year.
“I’ll try my best all the season like I do it every year. I’ll try to be the best, help my team, score goals and win titles.”
Ronaldo described last season as “Amazing”. He scored 51 goals in 47 games as Real finished just short of the La Liga title, but won their tenth European Cup.
With Ronaldo firing on all cylinders Real Madrid will this season aim to become the first side to win back to back European Cups since the ‘Champions League’ was first introduced.