​Real Madrid supremo Florentino Perez wants his club to continue creating history in the ​UEFA Champions League and is reportedly targeting a fourth successive capture of the coveted trophy this season.


Los Blancos began their title defence with a win against Roma on Wednesday. And now, ​El Confidencial claim that before that game, coach Julen Lopetegui is said to have been informed by Perez that he has to do whatever it takes to emulate or better Zinedine Zidane's incredible European record for the club.




The report goes on to mention that Perez dreams of winning the Champions League by defeating FC Barcelona in the final which will be held at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano stadium this season.


And Lopetegui is already looking confident despite the intense pressure put on him by the club's hierarchy. As reported by ​Mirror ​after Madrid's win over Roma, Lopetegui stated, "It makes me feel proud, responsible and very excited about a competition which I don't need to explain what it means to us and what Real Madrid means to the Champions League."


After their impressive win against AS Roma, Real Madrid will return to domestic action as they face Espanyol on Saturday night.