Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo suggested renaming Europe's premier club competition as the "CR7 Champions League".
Ronaldo became the first five-time winner of the Champions League after Madrid overcame Liverpool 3-1 in Saturday's final in Kiev.
The Portuguese forward had a quiet outing in the decider, as Gareth Bale came off the bench to net twice.
Ronaldo, who cast doubt over his future in the post-match, also suggested the Champions League be named after him, having netted 15 times in 2017-18 to be the top-scorer in the competition for the seventh time.
"Who was the top-scorer once again?" he said.
"The Champions League should change and be called the CR7 Champions League.
"I have won five and I am the top goalscorer again, so I cannot be sad."
Madrid's win over Liverpool saw them claim the Champions League for the third straight year and a record 13th time.
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