Carlo Ancelotti has said winning the Champions League with Real Madrid would make this the best season of his 27-year managerial career.
Madrid will face Liverpool in the final in Paris on May 28 after eliminating Manchester City in a dramatic 3-1 semifinal second leg this week, having wrapped up the LaLiga title four days earlier.
"I've never got to this stage of the season in a situation like this," Ancelotti said in a news conference on Saturday ahead of Real's league derby with Atletico Madrid. "What a week we've had, winning the league, and getting to the final.
"To finish it off, it would be good to win [the Champions League] on May 28, and we'll try. Winning it would make this the best season of my career for sure."
Ancelotti has won three Champions Leagues as manager -- with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007, and in his first spell at Madrid in 2014 -- and last weekend became the first coach to win Europe's "big five" leagues, but has never done both in the same season.