Cristiano Ronaldo has squashed all rumours of retiring after the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
While accepting an award at the Quinas de Ouro ceremony, the Portuguese superstar said: “I hope to be a part of the Federation for a few more years. I still feel motivated, my ambition is high.
“My path in the national team is not over. We have many quality youngsters.
“I will be at the World Cup and I want to be at the European Championship.”
The Manchester United forward, who is 37 now, will be 39 in two years’ time. Clearly, he has no intentions of hanging up his boots anytime in the near future.
Ronaldo won the Euro 2016 with Portugal but he’s struggled to play regularly under Erik ten Hag after missing pre-season.
It’s unclear if Cristiano will be part of the United squad till 2024 but irrespective of where he plays, he always achieves what he sets out to do.