Sergio Ramos doesn’t want Spain getting ahead of themselves before Euro 2016 and reflected on his second Champions League.
The Real Madrid captain was speaking at an event to launch his brother’s management agency and was asked about matters relating to both club and country.
“It was a very difficult year but the Champions League was highly desired. To win it twice in three years is amazing. Personally, I overcame my injury and I’ve showed my best level. I look forward, to continue growing and improving,” Ramos said, AS reports.
“The two Champions Leagues have been great. It touches my voice even now to have lifted trophies for Madrid and Sevilla.”
Regarding the summer with La Roja, Ramos declined to comment on Spain’s likely starting XI and instead warned of a hard group.
“I’m not going to analyse who should be in the national team or not. Vicente [del Bosque] deserves the maximum respect. So do the colleagues who have been with us, those who are here and those who have been left out,” he noted.
“We’re proud to live this unique stage in the national team and hopefully achieve something historic as a third straight European Championship. We have to go step by step. We start the first phase with three very tough opponents.”