The 29-year-old is hopeful regarding the European champions’ silverware chances next year and spoke of his admiration for club coach Carlo Ancelotti
Cristiano Ronaldo has believes that Real Madrid can win everything possible in 2015 after a stellar 12 months saw them become European and world champions.
The Decima was won in May, shortly after they had beaten Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final, and they capped off 2014 with a Club World Cup triumph as they extended their phenomenal winning streak in all competitions to 22 games.
Ronaldo, who has scored 32 goals in 25 appearances for the Blancos in 2014-15, suggested that they can capitalise on their current table-topping position in La Liga to do even better in the coming year.
“We’ve had quite a few amazing moments like the Copa del Rey final, the Champions League, the Uefa Super Cup and now the Club World Cup which we dedicate to all madridistas and everyone at the club from the president to every last employee; that trophy is for all of them,” Ronaldo, 29, told AS.
“It’s hard to single out which one of the four was best but, if I had to choose one, it would be the Champions League in Lisbon. But all of them were spectacular to win.
“I hope 2015 is even better than 2014. At Real Madrid we have a collective spirit which can propel us to win the most silverware possible.
“It’s possible because Madrid will always amongst the candidates to win every competition they enter. We will be giving absolutely everything we’ve got to win every trophy in play next year.”
Ronaldo also heaped praise on head coach Carlo Ancelotti, who has been widely praised for galvanising a dressing room following Jose Mourinho’s departure from the Santiago Bernabeu for Chelsea last summer.
“The coach has great importance,” Ronaldo added. “He is a great coach and a great person. We are all delighted with him. Together we are a united family that will try to overcome the successes of 2014.”
Real Madrid have a friendly tie against Filippo Inzaghi’s AC Milan on Tuesday before getting back into competitive footballing action with a visit to Valencia in La Liga the following Sunday, on January 4.