Griezmann, 27, is again a contender for the individual honour this year, having won the World Cup with France after guiding Atletico to Europa League glory.
The forward, who finished third behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in 2016, has no hesitation in outlining his intention to win the individual award.
"I dream of a lot of things. I dream of having three children. Those dreams motivate you when you wake up each morning and you have goals to achieve."
Le plus important dans un but c’est sa célébration pic.twitter.com/bfpRjHmNU9— Antoine Griezmann (@AntoGriezmann) October 17, 2018
But Griezmann enjoyed another fine year, including scoring 29 goals for Atletico during the 2017-18 campaign.
And the 65-time France international believes that the Ballon d'Or is the greatest individual honour.
"On a personal level, that's the highest you can get," Griezmann added.
"It's the most historic award, the most prestigious one. However, I also am a player who thinks collectively over individually.
"But it would be nice for myself, because of everything I've gone through, especially after having to separate myself from my family at three years old."