Isco has set his sights on winning more trophies at Real Madrid after signing a new five-year contract.
The 25-year-old, who scored 10 La Liga goals for Real last season, is tied to the Spanish champions until 2022 after renewing his deal on Thursday.
Isco has already won one La Liga title, one Copa del Rey trophy and three Champions League crowns since joining from Malaga in 2013.
However, the attacking midfielder, also a key cog for Spain, is not satisfied with his silverware collection just yet.
‘It’s been a good few years,’ he told a press conference on Friday. ‘It’s unbelievable, I couldn’t have hoped for more.
‘But we have to be ambitious and the truth is the team always wants more.
‘I have no regrets, I’ve won three Champions Leagues in four years, and the team is still hungry to keep going and to win more trophies.’
Isco entered the final year of his contract at the end of last season but, despite interest from other clubs, he insists he never wanted to leave the Bernabeu.
He said: ‘I’m very happy, I’m proud to be able to keep playing at the best team in the world.
‘Perhaps there were some contacts, I didn’t listen to them, I said many times my intention was to stay here.’
Brazil left-back Marcelo also signed a contract extension at Real until 2022 earlier in the week.
Isco added: ‘Everyone wants to be a Real Madrid player. I’m lucky to be here, they have helped me to achieve many of my dreams.’