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Settled Ronaldo still wants to play in Spain

Manchester United ace Cristiano Ronaldo 'feels well' in England - but still harbours ambitions of playing in Spain.

In an exclusive interview with Portuguese broadcaster TVI, the Portugal international revealed that Spain is really in his mind.

He said: 'I would like to play in Spain one day. I also would like to play in Portugal [again] and Italy, but much more in Spain.'

Despite his dream, Ronaldo admitted he would stay in England for '10 or 20 more years,' adding: 'I feel well in England.'

The 23-year-old said: 'Many players are talented, but if that talent is not developed they will never go anywhere.

'I keep improving everything I have. Four years ago I was not the player I am now. I improved and I better understand the team-game concept.

'I think I still can improve. My learning process has not finished yet.'

Ronaldo has scored 27 goals with United this season and he wants more - but admitted that there is a limit.

He explained: 'Last season I scored 23 goals and some people doubted that I could do it again.

'This season I have just scored more, and things are going fast.

'I aim to score more and shine even more, helping the national team and my club - but to score 50 goals is a bit hard.'