Cristiano Ronaldo says he has achieved one of the goals he set for himself when he joined Juventus in 2018 and added that he valued everything the club had managed this season despite their run of nine straight Serie A title coming to an end.
The 36-year-old has one year remaining on his contract at Juventus but there has been a flurry of media speculation that the Portuguese forward could be leaving in the summer.
Juventus were deposed as champions by Inter Milan and only climbed into the top four on the final day of the campaign on Sunday to secure Champions League qualification.
"This year we couldn't win Serie A, congratulations to Inter for the well deserved title. However, I have to value everything that we achieved this season at Juventus, both in collective and individual terms," Ronaldo wrote in an Instagram post.
"The Italian Super Cup, Italian Cup and Serie A top scorer trophy fill me with happiness, mainly due to the difficulty they carry with them, in a country where nothing is easy to win.
"With these achievements, I reached a goal I had set myself since the first day I arrived in Italy: to win the championship, the Cup and the Super Cup, and also to be Best Player and Top Scorer in this great football country filled with tremendous players, giant clubs and a very own football culture."
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid player said he was delighted to have won major individual and team honours with clubs in three different countries.
"This is what I work for, this is what moves me and this is what I'll always keep chasing for until the last day," added Ronaldo, who did not play in their 4-1 win over Bologna on the final day.
"Thanks to everyone who took part in this journey. We stand together."
The club declined to comment on the post.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo's former Real Madrid team-mate Luka Modric has signed a new contract with the Spanish giants.
The 35-year-old Croatia midfielder's new terms to remain with Real until summer 2022 will extend his stay at the club to a decade.
Real endured a difficult campaign by their lofty standards, beaten to Spain's La Liga title by city rivals Atletico Madrid.
Chelsea dumped the 13-time European champions out of the continent's premier competition at the semi-final stage, in another disappointing showing.
Manager Zinedine Zidane's tenure remains under scrutiny, but Real bosses have wasted little time in holding onto playmaker Modric.
Modric has made more than 250 appearances for the club after joining from Tottenham in 2012, having spent four years in north London.