Cristiano Ronaldo says that Portugal is aiming for Euro glory in Poland, despite the side suffering a lacklustre 0-0 draw with Poland on Wednesday night.
Ronaldo was one of many disappointed players for Portugal after the match, with the striker failing to find the net, and though his showings for the international side have garnered criticism from some quarters, the striker is aiming to prove his critics wrong come June.
And as the superstar hits his stride for Real Madrid this season, Ronaldo is planning on showing Europe that he can do the same for Portugal when the Euros begin.
"We have to have ambition, both in soccer and in life, to always be the best. We will go to Euro 2012 with the ambition to win," he said, as reported by Goal.com.
"We know it will be difficult, but we have to think logically. The group stage will be difficult, but nothing is impossible.
"We have to believe we can win. The task is possible but we must keep our feet firmly on the ground.
"I hope people come to the stadiums and assist us, as it was in 2004 - putting flags on homes, chanting songs of encouragement for us. We are all pulling in the same direction."
Portugal hosted the Euros in 2004, and the former Manchester United hitman was part of the squad that came runners-up to Greece.
But the side are hoping to better that this year, and should Ronaldo be on form, their group of death with Denmark, Germany and Netherlands could see them push through to the next stage.