The 31 year old winger insist that when people criticize about him that make him stronger.


The Portuguese has Cristiano Ronaldo has brushed aside ridicule by his own supports in their last match against Atletico Bilbao, and that thing will impel him get in his best form.


The three time Ballon d'Or winner has undergo a difficult star to the new campaign, and he was recently ridicule by the Real Madrid fans in their last home game after he fail to score a goal for his side though he had many opportunities during the match.


Thought the Real Madrid winger remains unflinching, and he think that he will not get that much success without his hatters.


"You have to use negative people and experiences to motivate you," Ronaldo told Coach Magazine.

"I actually need my haters, they have helped me achieve all I have achieved."


In his younger life his countryman and his former national team players Luis Figo and Rui Costa inspires him ,but he thinks the most important think that make him better that he want some improvement within himself that is the most important think that inspire him the most.


"When I was younger I looked at Portuguese players like Figo and Rui Costa, and saw how they were performing on the biggest stage – and I knew I wanted to reach that level,":the winger added.


"But my biggest inspiration has always been myself; nobody puts bigger demands on me than me.

"I said I admired Figo and Rui Costa, but I never wanted to emulate anybody – I have just always focused on being the best me I can.

"I have been the biggest influence on my own career."