Portugal: The Cristiano Ronaldo Museum in Madeira is a family affair that is counting on getting a new trophy on Monday when FIFA announces its latest world player of the year.
There are already the Ballon d'Or trophies for 2008 and 2013 among the more than 160 prizes in the museum overlooking the port of Funchal, Ronaldo's hometown.
The 29-year-old Real Madrid superstar is hot favourite to secure a third at a FIFA ceremony in Zurich.
"If he does not win, there is no justice in football," said Nuno Viveiros, a 32-year-old cousin of the footballer who cheerfully guides visitors around the museum.
Ronaldo's brother Hugo Aveiro runs the museum and his adoring mother Dolores Aveiro is never far away.