Jose Maria Callejon has expressed his satisfaction with his performances in his first season at Real Madrid, and revealed that he is eager to win more trophies with the Liga champions.
The attacker joined Madrid from Espanyol in the summer of 2011, and has developed into an important squad player in his first season at the Blancos since his return.
"I am very happy both on a personal level and with the team's performances. It has been a good year for us. We won the league title and achieved one of our main objectives," the 25-year-old said to AS.
"I want to keep up my current form next season, and play more games and score goals for Madrid. The aim is to keep on winning silverware here in the years to come."
Callejon has made 25 Liga appearances this term, scoring five goals in the process.
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