Real Madrid superstar Luka Modric, who was crowned UEFA’s 2017/18 Player of the Season on Thursday, has now discussed his future, having been heavily linked with Serie A outfit Inter Milan of late.
The 32-year-old midfielder had a phenomenal season with Los Blancos and his country Croatia, whom he led to the 2018 FIFA World Cup final – picking up the Player of the Tournament award along the way.
Soon after picking up his latest accolade this week, Modric made it clear he is very happy with life in Madrid, and insisted he would like to continue at the club for years to come.
“I’m not happy… I’m extremely happy at Real Madrid and I want to continue at this club for several years,” the Croatia captain said, as quoted by Marca.
“I have been working to achieve as high as possible, so thanks to god I am here.
“Everything has been moving very fast in recent months. First, my third consecutive Champions League final, then the World Cup final, now receiving this award… it is the best year of my career, without a doubt, both collectively and individually.”
Modric has made 260 appearances for Real since joining the club in 2012, scoring 13 goals and assisting a further 39 strikes along the way.