Tottenham winger and best player in the world according to England boss Fabio Capello, Gareth Bale, has called on his fellow team mates to keep their Champions League run going.
The club have performed admirably in the competition so far, reaching the Quarter Finals after topping their group, and have seen off both Milan teams and a strong German Weder Breman team in the process.
Spurs have also scored four goals in the Sar Siro on their run, and look capable of causing any team trouble with their free flowing attacking football.
Bale has enjoyed the run immensely, and doesn’t want it to end until the Wembley final in May.
“We’ve had a great run in the Champions League and we want to keep it going,” said the 21 year-old.
“It’s a massive competition, the biggest stage in club football and everyone wants to be part of it to prove themselves against the best and try to become a better player.
“To get on the pitch again was great for me personally and great for the lads to get through to the quarter-finals. It’s a fantastic achievement.”
Bale has sat out 6 weeks of football before returning against Wolves, and then AC Milan as a substitute and has declared himself fully fit and is raring to go.
The draw next Friday could see Spurs face some of the best teams in the world, with Barcelona definitely in the hat, and the likes of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid likely to join them.
“We’re happy to be where we are, we deserve to be where we are and whoever we get, we’ll give 100%,” he said.
“We won’t get carried away with ourselves and we’ll take it one step at a time.
“It’s been a fantastic season for us. I had a good start to the season personally, injury has set me back a bit but I’m raring to go now and I’ll give 100% for the team.”