I have biological age of 23, says Ronaldo

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo says he feels ten years younger and has no plans of slowing down

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has declared he has no plans to slow down and feels a decade younger than his 33 years.

The Portuguese is targeting a fifth European Cup triumph in this weekend's Champions League final with Liverpool.

"Right now I have a biological age of 23," the five-times world player of the year said in an interview with Spanish television program El Chiringuito.

"I've still got a long time left, I can keep playing until I'm 41. I'm feeling good, happy, I can't complain. We are playing another final on Saturday and the fans are behind Cristiano."

Ronaldo is top scorer in the Champions League for a remarkable sixth year in a row, with 15 goals in 12 games in this season's competition.

If he hits the net against Liverpool in Kiev, he will become the first ever player to score in four European Cup finals.

The Portuguese has had to take extra responsibility in attack this season for Madrid as Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale have struggled for form at various stages of the season.

Ronaldo, however, did not appear enthusiastic about press speculation linking Paris St Germain forward Neymar with a move to Real and gave his backing to his current team mates.

"I've been here for eight years and people always say 50 players are coming here but in the end no-one comes. In September people think lots of players are going to come but the ones who take us to finals are always the same ones," he said.

"The best players are already at Madrid. Bale, Benzema, (Lucas) Vazquez, (Marco) Asensio. They are all here."