Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that he is not happy with the amount of trophies he has won in his career so far and he wants to lift more titles in the next six or seven years. Ronaldo is currently recognised as the best footballer in the world. He holds the FIFA Ballon d’Or award, which recognises his status within the game. This is his second major accolade after having won this title when he was at Manchester United. The Portuguese star scored just three goals at the World Cup, as Portugal suffered an early exit from the competition.
This was a major blow to his hopes of proving that he is currently ahead of his main competitor Lionel Messi, who managed to win the best player of the tournament award. He seems to have put behind this disappointment after speaking in a recent event in Tokyo about his desire to win more trophies. The 29-year-old has already won several trophies in his career like Premier League, la Liga, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, and Copa del Rey. Along with this, he is one of the world’s best paid players earning over £ 15 million per year just from his contract with Madrid.
He has justified this astronomical wages by scoring 252 goals in just 246 matches for Madrid. “I would like to play six or seven more years at the top level of club competitions. I’m really focused. My injury is gone. I feel very, very good. I really want to get going again and stay in good shape until the end of the season,” said Ronaldo. His inability to perform in the World Cup is largely seen as a consequence of the ankle injury that he has been suffering from in the last few months. This even forced him to miss key matches for Madrid.