Real Madrid forward, Vinicius Paixao de Oliveira Junior is not considering himself as a star in the present Real Madrid squad.

The Brazilian has been in fine form for Madrid this season. He is the second-highest goalscorer of the team behind French Karim Benzema.

Considering his recent form, the former Flamengo forward was asked if he thinks he can take over the captaincy anytime soon.

“I don’t consider myself a star. This locker room is full of Champions and all possible titles. Stars are Marce, Case, Luka, Nacho, Toni, Karim… Next to him I’m not a star. I am a player who learns what he can from them,” he said to Madridista Real.

The 21-year-old forward believes playing under the tutelage of three times Champions League winner (twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid) has helped him improve his game a lot.

“He gives me a lot of advice. I didn’t think it was possible to combine my speed and playing to the limit with calm, but the coach is teaching me that it is possible.

“He has complete control over football and details. He is all encompassing and training under him is a daily lesson, or many.

When quizzed if tonight’s game against Paris Saint Germain is one of the nights he signed for as a young player, he responded by saying tonight’s game is going to be the most important.

“I have already experienced many Champions League nights with Madrid but if we look closely at my history, this is going to be the most important. There were very nice nights for me but some were at the Di Stéfano without an audience. I am looking forward to tomorrow because it can be magical for our fans.” He concluded.