Dani Carvajal would like to hang up his boots at Real Madrid.
The Spanish defender recently talked about the highlights in his sports career with the magazine Esquire in which he reveals he would love to retire at Los Blancos where he joined at the age of 10.
The 28-year old established himself as their first-choice right-back and is targeting more silverware in the years to come.
“I would love to win many more titles,” he told Marca.
”I would like to retire in white.
“I have won everything with the club and, at the title level, it is difficult to ask for more.
“I would also like to win a fifth Champions League with Real Madrid. This era will be remembered as one of the club’s top three.”
When asked about coach Zinedine Zidane, he said:
“Its greatest virtue is the tranquility it transmits to us. He never gets upset and, good or bad, keeps his composure. That is something that the players give us a lot of peace of mind. In addition, his strong point is that he trusts the squad a lot. He makes us feel that we can all add, and that makes his team a winning team ”, he defines him.
Carvajal made 41 appearances for the Los Blancos last season and scored one goal and assisted five.