Alvaro Morata has confessed that it would be his biggest dream to lift the Champions League trophy again with Real Madrid as well as taste success with Spain in a major tournament.
Morata came off the bench during Real Madird’s 4-1 Champions League final win over Atletico in 2014 before being sold to Juventus later that summer, however was knocked out of Euro 2016 with his national side last year in only the second round.
"I have been fortunate to win titles at Real Madrid and Juventus, but my life’s dream, apart from lifting the Champions League again with Real Madrid, would be to win anything with the national team,” the 25-year old striker told Spanish motorcycle star Maverick Viñales during an interview for sponsors.
"I would love to win something with the national team, although I know it's difficult, because you cannot improve on what that phenomenal generation has done," he added.
The lifelong Madrid fan, who returned to the club in the summer after his departure to Juve in 2014, also reflected on his time growing up watching Los Blancos from the Bernabéu stands.
"As a child I went with my parents and my family to the Bernabéu and I remember that one day we were watching el Clasico I said to my father, ‘Someday I will play here.’ As it turned out, I did, and it was the greatest sensation that one can feel.
“It’s true that Juventus have an incredible stadium too, but this is the Bernabéu, you just see photos and you get goosebumps. It was my dream, and I was lucky enough to achieve it," he said.