The 24-year-old Brazilian, instrumental in
Barcelona's current success, told soccer magazine France Football he had
set his sights on the Primera Liga, the Champions League, FIFA's player
of the year award and France Football's own Golden Ball.
Asked what Barcelona's objectives were, he said: "Win the Champions
League and the Liga.
"I'm not saying that to show off. I'm not saying it'll be easy. I'm just
saying we're currently doing the right things," he said.
Barcelona, who head the Spanish league by seven points from Real Madrid,
meet Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday but Ronaldinho
dismissed the idea that the clash was almost a final in itself.
"Barcelona are a great team, Chelsea are too. It will be a well-balanced
clash. But I don't agree with the idea that it is like an early final.
"There are other teams as strong and maybe stronger than Chelsea," he
On a personal level, Ronaldinho said he wanted to keep the FIFA World
Player of the Year award he won in 2004 and was determined to be crowned
European Footballer of the Year after losing to Ukraine's Andriy
"Once again I'm not showing off. I simply tell myself that if I win the
two awards, it will mean Barcelona and Brazil have had a great year," he
Asked if he saw himself as the greatest player in the world, Ronaldinho
said: "Not at all. I still have a lot to learn before I emulate my
childhood's idols, Romario, Rivaldo or Ronaldo, whose footsteps I wanted
to follow in Barcelona."