Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti says his team is still eager for victory ahead of Sunday's Spanish Super Cup final against rival Barcelona. The Catalans did not win a title last season and are searching for their first since Xavi's arrival in November 2021, while Real Madrid won the Champions League and La Liga double. The teams meet in a Clasico at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and Ancelotti believes his players, despite their success, will be as determined.

"We're talking about guys who began winning in 2013 and have continued to win and have never filled their bellies and will never satisfy them," Ancelotti told reporters on Saturday.

We're at a really demanding club where you can't just assume your stomach is full.

Madrid has won the Champions League a record 14 times, with five of those titles coming since 2014.

With so much on the line in this match, Ancelotti continued, "All trophies are vital for this club because they bring motivation and confidence. To reach this point, we have fought every day.

The team is confident because we are accustomed to playing under pressure, which has made us motivated and at ease.