In an interview with Goal, who chose him as the best player in the world in their top 50 player rankings, Luka Modric admitted that Real Madrid can win an unprecedented fourth Champions League title in a row this season.
The Croatia midfielder believes that, irrespective of the team's slow start to the season, their winning mentality and experience in the competition stand them in good stead.
"Nothing is impossible in football," he said.
"Above all for Real Madrid, as we've proven in the last three years, achieving the unthinkable.
"Why not go for the fourth, we will give everything.
"We must be humble and work hard, respect others because there are great teams in Europe and every year it's harder to win this trophy.
"But as I said, we will try everything to do so.
"We have proven on many occasions that nothing is impossible for this team."
The Los Blancos No.10 also spoke about the club's new coach Santiago Solari, who has won his first four games in charge, and is optimistic that Madrid can achieve their objectives with the Argentine at the helm.
"We want to improve, because we didn't start the season well," Modric continued.
"But it's important how we finish it.
"We will work hard to improve.
"We want to achieve the goals that are always there for the team.
"I hope to win some titles and above all improve our play.
"And with the new coach, I am sure that we are going to have a good season and will improve."