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"We have our good and bad days. That day, I was a bit sad, something that can happen more times during the season. It's normal and human. Probably I shouldn't have said that in public, but I'm human and I make my own mistakes. It's past though.
"I think last season was positive though. It's something I have worked for, but I think I can always improve and keep learning. I'm an ambitious person and I don't want to set any limit. I'm going to try to score 200 more goals in the next four or five years here. It's not the most important thing, but I'm going to try.
"Leaving Real Madrid was something I could think about, but nothing that let me lose sleep. I wanted to stay at this club, the best in the world in my opinion. If you leave Real Madrid, there is not another destination, because you are already at the top."
"Being the best paid in the world was not the main thing. There are many things more important that just money. I'm not going to lie to you: it's important, but not the priority.
"There is a winning project, being at the best team in the world, the one that signs the best players... This club has enough size to win more Champions Leagues, more Ligas, more Copas... That's why I feel so much a part of this club. Money was not a big deal. Being the first one, the second one or the third one is not important, because I feel great."
"I will be honest with you. Everyone knows I was in Manchester for six years, they gave me many things, and I don't forget that.
"But Manchester is the past, now it's Madrid. This is my home, my family's here, I'm really happy here.
"I respect the clubs who knocked on the door to ask about me, but they always knew my only goal was to be here and to play at this club, maybe until the end of my career.
"Nobody knows the future, but I'm going to be here for five more years and I just want to win trophies for this club. I try to do my best, like always."
"Records are there to be broken. It's not the most important thing. The most important thing is to win trophies."
Over potentially five years, it'd take a brave man to bet against him...
"We finally got what every supporter wanted. Four years ago this stadium was crowded; there was no match though. We unveiled a fantastic player, like we never had done before. That day people received Cristiano Ronaldo.
"He has proved a great talent that has conquered the heart of every 'madridista'. His features are overwhelming: 203 goals in 203 games with Real Madrid. There are no preceding numbers like those.
"But Cristiano is looking for new challenges now. You still have many goals to score; many titles to celebrate. Santiago Bernabeu taught us this club has always to have the best players... And we have the best one.
"Those who watched [Alfredo] Di Stefano playing, we see now in Cristiano that great dynasty. Today is a wonderful day for Real Madrid and every supporter, because the best player knows this will be his home forever. These supporters are the most demanding ones, but also the ones who love him the most. Cristiano is and will keep being 'madridista' forever."
"It's positive. It's something that I have had to work hard to become.
"I've scored more than 200 goals in four years, but that is not the most important thing, as I've said before."
"At the moment, I feel good, I want to continue at this club for many years."
"In effect, we had an agreement at the end of the season. It's what I always wanted, it's the same for the president."
"I'm extremely happy to extend my stay."
"Cristiano Ronaldo will continue as a Real Madrid player for the next five years," he confirms.
So... Gareth who?