Ronaldo, 33, led Real Madrid to a third consecutive victory in the Champions League before joining Juve, where he scored 15 goals in 24 games.
But he was denied a sixth Golden Ball and was second behind Luka Modric, whose exploits in the Liga and Croatia have earned him many individual titles.
“I’m not obsessed with individual awards. The most important thing is to win collective trophies and help the team. The rest comes naturally. I do not always think about breaking records. I work primarily to help the club and be at my best, “said the player in an interview with the newspaper Record.
The striker hopes to lead his new team to a first European trophy since 1996. According to him, “the technical, tactical and physical level of all teams is better. It’s getting harder and harder to win, so I have to keep working hard to stay on top. I do not hide that I am happy when I win, but it is not the end of the world when it is not, “he added.