Portuguese midfield star Cristiano Ronaldo is targeting more personal accolades this season.
The Manchester United winger won the Professional Footballers Association Player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year awards last season, as well as the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award.
And he is one of the nominees for this year?s World Player of the Year accolade.
Ronaldo, 22, told The Sun: "Of course I want to win more trophies and individual awards ? for me, that is very important.
"I try to improve every year and I?m not the same player I was three years ago. I think I?m a better player now, more mature.
"I understand the game more, I'm more consistent and my team-mates have helped me a lot.
"I like to watch myself on video after the game to see what I do well and what I do badly ? and this is making me a stronger and better player."
Ronaldo's goals were a key factor in United's Premier League title triumph last season. Speaking at the launch of Konami?s Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 game, Ronaldo said: "I just want to score more goals than last year. It?s always important to score as it?s good for your confidence and good for the team.
"But it?s important as well to be part of the team, to help the side with assists and good passes and that is what I try to do every game."
Ronaldo said he expects Chelsea to challenge for the title, although he admitted that compatriot Jose Mourinho's departure surprised him.
"Mourinho is a great coach, a great manager and a good man and I think the English people like him because his style is different, his personality is different," said the United star.
"The Premier League has changed a little bit without him but Chelsea will be OK, they?re playing well."
As far as the managerial succession at Old Trafford is concerned, Ronaldo said: "Alex Ferguson is the face of Manchester United. He?s done a fantastic job ? he?s been in charge 21 years and he's a great man who everyone respects.
"He?s a great, warm-hearted person. Nobody knows what the future holds but I hope the boss stays at Manchester United for many years."