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After their failed title chase, Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin feels their season will be incomplete without a victory in the Champions League final.

The 30-year-old has played a vital role for Diego Simeone's side this term. The Argentine's defensive style of play has paid dividends for close to three seasons, and Godin has been crucial to that tactic.

Godin claims Atleti are in a unique position to deny neighbours Real Madrid winning an 11th European Cup, having played against Los Blancos in the final only two years ago.

"We'll draw experience from the game in Lisbon. We know how to play against Madrid and the background is positive," he told El Partido de las 12.

"It'll be a very physical, tactical game and I think it'll be decided by details. We're arriving well for the final. We'll compete at 150%.

"People make us favourites for having eliminated Barcelona and Bayern Munich but a final against Madrid is 50-50."

When speaking about his overall impression of Atletico's season, the Uruguayan made it clear that his team was not satisfied yet.

"I'd give it a nine, or nine-and-a-half," he declared. "I don't think we've already accomplished anything with the season we've had. When you get to a final, you want to win it."