Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo believes that his side have the quality to win six trophies in 2013.
The Spanish capital club finished at the top of the Liga standings to usurp Barcelona, and Ronaldo is confident that Los Blancos can emulate the Catalans - who collected a total of six titles in 2009.
"I think it is possible," Ronaldo told reporters. "We have a great team, the structure of the team will be the same and new players will come.
"We have all that it takes to have a great season. We will try to win all six trophies."
Ronaldo, who signed for Real Madrid in 2009 for a world-record fee of €94 million, also spoke of his happiness to have played under two of the game's most successful coaches, Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho.
"It was a privilege to win things under Alex Ferguson, I arrived at United at the age of 18, he taught me many things," he added.
"It is amazing to be coached by Mourinho, I cannot wish for more than that. I continue to learn things with him and I continue to improve myself."
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