​Portugal and ​Juventus superstar, ​Cristiano Ronaldo has opened up on the possibility of winning a record sixth Ballon d'Or this year ahead of the likes of Lionel Messi and Virgil van Dijk, claiming that, "he does not think about winning individual prizes".


The 34-year-old who moved to Juventus last season was once again prolific in front of goal for his new club, scoring 28 goals in 43 games as he led them to the Serie A title and being named as the "Serie A Footballer of the Season" in his debut campaign.


Ronaldo revealed that he does not think about winning individual honours, but it feels good when he does win it.



"As I always say, I don't live football thinking about individual prizes. That comes as a result of what is won collectively. But it's good, I won't lie," he said to ​Marca.


The striker who scored four goals against Lithuania in the Euro 2020 qualifiers on Tuesday, became the all-time leading goalscorer in European qualifiers and now has 25 goals, overtaking Robbie Keane who had 23 to his name.


"I feel good. I am proud to represent my national team. I'm not only happy because of the goals I've scored, but also because of the level the national team has been at in recent years," Ronaldo added.