Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that winning the La Liga title is the club's top priority this season.
Ronaldo won three Premier League titles with Manchester United, but has only picked up the Copa del Rey trophy since his £80 million move in 2009. Real currently lie in second place in the table, one point behind shock leaders Levante, but are in fine form having just crushed Malaga 4-0.
And with many suggesting that the arrival of manager Jose Mourinho at Bernabeu last year was mainly to help the club in the Champions League, Ronaldo has insisted that the focus is on domestic glory first.
"I want to win La Liga. I think this is the priority for the club,'' he said at the global premiere of Castrol EDGE programme 'Ronaldo Tested to the Limit'. ''Of course if we win La Liga and we have the opportunity to win the Champions League, why not?
"Real Madrid have to think big because it is one of the best teams in the world. We're going to work hard this season and try to win that important competition."
Madrid last won the league in 2007-08 under Bernd Schuster, having also picked it up the season before while Fabio Capello was in charge.