Although he has two Champions League titles to his name, Dani Carvajal wants to reign supreme in Spain.
There is a single significant trophy missing from Dani Carvajal’s collection, LaLiga, plus the Real Madrid full-back is desperate to win it.
Carvajal has enjoyed great achievement at Madrid, winning two Champions League titles in three seasons – all by the age of 24.
The Spain international has also claimed the UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club Globe Cup and Copa Del Rey, but he craves LaLiga glory.
“It’s not a bad haul! I hope to add to it. I’ve played in three Champions Leagues and won two of them,” Carvajal told Marca.
“It seems simple but it’s anything but. You will find quite a few good players in the history of football that don’t even have one.”
He continued: “I could be thrilled to win LaLiga simply because I’ve never won it. It’s a reward for playing consistently all season.
“It would be specific to add the league and Supercopa de Espana to my title collection.”
On the improved stability in the Santiago Bernabeu following a transfer window which saw James Rodriguez and Isco remain within the Spanish capital, Carvajal added: “I see a team exactly where everybody is delighted, despite the fact that some play more than others.
“We all row within the similar path. If one particular player leaves the group, a different one particular comes in with much more enthusiasm, and everybody fights really hard for any starting spot in coaching.
“[Zinedine] Zidane doesn’t have set starters and substitutes. People that play have earned it.”