Gareth Bale has reiterated his desire to help Real Madrid to their illusive 10th Champions League title as well as stating his ambition to guide Wales to a World Cup.Bale broke the world-record transfer fee last summer when he made his 86million move from White Hart Lane to the Santiago Bernabeu.Despite a slow start, the Welshman has picked up form and has been one of Madrid’s best players in the second half of the season, reaching double figures for both goals and assists.“At Madrid we are in a good position and I hope we can win the Champions League. Two big matches are coming up. To play the final would be a dream,” Bale said via a Google Hangout with fans.As his native Wales failed to qualify for this year’s competition, Bale will have to watch the World Cup from home but he did state that leading his country out a World Cup would also be a dream.“I also hope one day to play at a World Cup with my national team,” he concluded.