Cristiano Ronaldo has said he would offer himself a 10-year contract at Real Madrid if he was club president.
The statement was a clear indication to Florentino Perez that Ronaldo wants to end his career at the club.
The 31-year-old returned for Real in their 5-2 win over Osasuna on Saturday, scoring the first after six minutes with a simple back-post tap-in.
Ronaldo admitted he cannot imagine anything other than ending his playing career with Real, with the forward eager to add to his trophy haul.
“You would have to talk with the president. Things are going well,” Ronaldo told reporters after the match.
“The media have written it already, you know more than me. If I were the Madrid president, I would give me 10 more years.
“I want to win all possible trophies and would love to win La Liga. It is a title that we will be going after and the team are looking good and solid.
“We’ve started well and I hope we can continue to do well. It is a long competition, but I am convinced we will win this year.”
“There were a few moments where I felt nervous but that is normal after an injury. I am happy because we won and I scored,” Ronaldo added.