Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski says that Cristiano Ronaldo can keep this season's Champions League Golden Boot as his sole focus is to get his hands on the trophy with a victory on Saturday.
The Poland international, who has been linked with a move to BVB's opponents at Wembley, Bayern Munich, this summer, is on 10 goals for the current campaign and a hat-trick would see him move above the Real Madrid forward, who is on 12.
"I know that but, to lift the Champions League, I do not care who scores the goals," Lewandowski told Tuttosport. "I've scored 10 in this tournament, two fewer than Ronaldo - I'll willingly let him have the top scorer [to lift the trophy instead]."
The forward's performances in the past couple of seasons have caught the attention of a host of Europe's top clubs and he is believed to be manoeuvring for a departure from Signal Iduna Park, though he declined to discuss a transfer with the cup final around the corner.
"The Champions League is a trophy too important, I'll sort out the rest of my career after it," he added. "Now I only have the final in mind.
"For me, the transfer is not an issue: I do not know where I will play next season, I hear talk of Bayern and Real Madrid, but I swear I am concentrating on Borussia, with whom I still have a contract, and the final at Wembley.
"For the future we must wait a little longer - at the end of the season everything will be clear."