And there is no sign that the Portugal international has any intention of stopping anytime soon.
Whenever the former Manchester United star plays, he looks dangerous and more than able to add to his unprecedented 177 goals in 148 appearances for Madrid.
This is the form of a Ballon d’Or winner and with the ceremony only three months away, you would expect that winning the prestigious trophy would weigh heavily on Ronaldo’s mind.
However, the 29-year-old claims winning the award ‘is not a situation that keeps him up at night.’
By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_
Speaking yesterday, the two-time winner of the award said: “My goal is to always be at the top, I have done it in the past six or seven years. I think the hardest part is to remain on top for many years and I have done it.”
Ronaldo added: “The numbers speak for themselves. In order to analyse a player you have to look at the statistics, so in this case I’m not worried.
“This golden ball is not a situation that keeps me awake at night.”
See the full interview below:
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