Real Madrid are already thinking about the Champions League final against Liverpool, with skipper Sergio Ramos stating how eager he is to make it three in a row.

​Los Blancos skipper, Sergio Ramos, looked excited to take on Liverpool in Kiev on 26th of May, knowing a third consecutive win would etch his boys' names in history. 

"To have a new opportunity to show once again that we are kings of Europe is very positive," he said at an event organised by Movistar, as quoted by Marca.

"We can enjoy another final and try to repay this happiness. To claim it for the third year in a row would be a dream. I hope we can bring home a third consecutive Champions League."

Marcelo and Luka Modric were also invited to discuss their biggest game of the season.  

"Humility, hard work, togetherness and ambition are the keys to winning the final," Marcelo stated.

Modric, on the other hand, lauded Liverpool's journey. 

"They weren't one of the favourites, but when you look at the matches they've played you see that they deserve to be in the final," the Croatian midfielder said.

"They're a good team, they have a great coach and a very difficult match awaits us. But we will be prepared."

Madrid will face Villareal in their final La Liga game of the season. Zinedine Zidane will have all of his superstars available for the final league outing - including Cristiano Ronaldo and Dani Carvajal.