The Wales international has reaffirmed his desire to play for a foreign side at some stage in his career, but is focused on helping his current team secure a Champions League spotTottenham’s Gareth Bale has reaffirmed his desire to play for a foreign side at some stage in his playing career, insists he remains focused on achieving success at his current club.
Bale has been linked with a big-money summer to Spanish giants Real Madrid, as well as Spurs’ Premier League rivals Manchester United.
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Bale told Sky Sports: "I have said in the past I would love to experience playing abroad. You can never tell what the future holds, but at the moment I am concentrating on what I am doing here.
"It gets asked a lot at the moment, but it is something I am not thinking too much about at the moment. My mind is not wandering anywhere.
"We have a job to do. We set a goal at the start of the season and we want to achieve it.
"Winning is a massive thing and playing against the best teams is what a footballer wants to do. The Champions League is a massive thing.
"We have been there before, playing against the best teams in the biggest stadiums, testing ourselves."
Despite a superb season, the 23-year-old still believes there are areas where he could improve his game, adding: "I need to work a lot on my right foot.
"Sometimes I get a bit of confidence with it. But it can be a bit all over the place. I will look to strengthen it over the summer and work on it in pre-season."