Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is confident Los Blancos will go on and lift the UEFA Champions League trophy this season.
The Spanish giants are looking to win a rare double, having already claimed the La Liga title, and Ronaldo, who has been in blistering form in the latter stages of the campaign, has now said he has a feeling his team will become the first side to win back-to-back Champions League crowns.
"On the day of the game, there is going to be a lot of nerves and I prefer not to think much about the final," Ronaldo told Real Madrid TV.
"Too much humility isn't good, we have to prove our character and who is the best.
"They (Juventus) are an excellent team but so are we. I have the feeling that we are going to play a great game and we are going to win."
The Portugal captain also praised manager Zinedine Zidane for his fine work this season, especially the way he has rotated the squad.
"All the players have played this season and they have been intelligent decisions of the coach," Ronaldo added.
"I feel very good, very good, a bit cold, but it's better than having an injury. Better on the physical level than in the last few seasons, also because I played less, although I am the one who played the most matches in the team. I feel better than I have in the last few years and I hope to help the team with goals on Saturday.
"The final is won by scoring goals. We were very reassured to win the league and now we have a unique opportunity. We are in an extraordinary moment.
"We can get a double, defend the title and enter the history of the Champions League. It's a big motivation and there's only one step left."
The 32-year-old is currently chasing his fourth Champions League crown, and his third with Real.
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