Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has revealed who he'd prefer to play with between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The Welshman, who inspired his country to 2016 European Championship qualification, which will be their first major tournament since 1958, recently sat down to answer some quick-fire questions.
The interviewer asked Bale if he'd like to play with Barcelona's Messi one day, but the 26-year-old was not tempted by the question, and sided with his teammate.
"No, I'm happy to play with Ronaldo," he answered.
"I'll stick with my guns."
Many believe Bale and Ronaldo don't see eye to eye on things at Los Blancos, but manager Rafael Benitez recently claimed there is no feud between the two stars.
The Wales talisman has spoken about his relationship with the Portugal captain before, and admitted he has learned a lot from the former Manchester United player at Real.
Bale joined Los Blancos in 2013, breaking Ronaldo's transfer fee record in the process to become the world's most expensive footballer.
The former Tottenham Hotspur winger has played 97 games for the Spanish giants, scoring 41 goals and assisting a further 35 strikes.
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