Real Madrid's record-breaking superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo has set his eyes on winning Champions League three-peat with Real Madrid this season.
Ronaldo who already has the record of the League's all-time highest goalscorer became the first player in history to convert in all six Champions League group-stage matches as two-time reigning titleholders Madrid beat Borussia Dortmund 3-2 on Wednesday.
Real Madrid are
now set for the last round of 16 as runners-up in Group H and the four-time Ballon d'Or winner who is the favourite
for receiving the honour
for a record-equalling fifth time on Thursday is eyeing winning a third successive Champions League with Real Madrid.
"Hopefully we can win the Champions League again," Ronaldo said.
"The important thing was to pass through the group stage.
"Our aim is to win the Champions League."
Ronaldo added: "I'm very happy, we wanted to finish the group stage well with a victory.
"I also scored; I helped the team to win with a beautiful goal. The record is also important, I'm really pleased."
While Ronaldo has starred in Europe, the 32-year-old has struggled domestically, only managing two goals in 10 La Liga appearances for the defending champions.
"The Champions League is a competition that I really like to play in," he said. "Obviously, I also like to score in it."