Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema says that winning the UEFA Champions League would be a dream come true and he believes that his side are capable of helping him realise that dream.
"It would be a huge dream to lift the Champions League trophy. Now I'm on a team that has the ability to win the premier club competition and that always generates expectations and, above all, a great responsibility," Benzema told the club's website.
He believes that his side has the quality to win it and says he isn't concerned about the number of goals he scores as the team is most important.
He continued, "I am fortunate to have colleagues of tremendous quality. I haven't got a number of goals in my head as the collective contribution of the team is all that matters," before going on to say that he expects his team to continue improving, starting with Xerez in the Primera Division on Sunday.
"I think against Xerez we will be better than against Deportivo La Coruna. A stadium like the Bernabeu makes you want to play well and score as many goals as possible."
Paul Madden, Goal.com