Ronaldo wants to retire at Real
Cristiano Ronaldo says he hopes to retire with Real Madrid after winning a record fourth Golden Boot.
The 30-year-old moved to the Bernabeu in 2009 from Manchester United and has recently become the club's all-time leading scorer.
There has been speculation that he could return to Old Trafford in the future, but he told Marca that he is determined to win more trophies at Real.
"My dream is to retire at Real Madrid," the Portugal international said after accepting his latest award. "If you take care of yourself you can play until you are 40.
"I want to keep going for another five or six years. I feel good and useful in Madrid and I want to win here."
The Portuguese scored 48 goals in 35 La Liga appearances last season to win the Golden Boot for the third time at Madrid, with his other triumph coming during the 2007/08 season at Manchester United.
He is the first player in the awards' illustrious 47-year history to win the accolade four times but insisted his hunger has not diminished.
"I am not satisfied, I want more," he added. "I'm the only one that has four but I want the fifth and the sixth."
Ronaldo will be looking to add to his tally of five for the season in La Liga when Real host Levante on Saturday.