Ronaldo, 33, has now won five European Cups in all, but failed to score in a fourth final as Gareth Bale was the hero for Real after coming off the bench to score twice.
“I am going to enjoy this moment and in the next few days I will give an answer to the fans, who have always been at my side,” Ronaldo told BeIN Sports Spain.
It was very nice to be at Real Madrid. In the next few days I will speak.”
Ronaldo later admitted his immediate post-match comments had been ill-timed.
“It wasn’t the perfect time. I don’t want to take away any credit from what Madrid have done. To win three consecutive Champions Leagues is a unique moment, he added.
“Personal situations are not important at this moment.”
Ronaldo’s comments appeared to target Real president Florentino Perez for a lack of support.
However, Perez hinted he was tired of Ronaldo’s intimations he could leave.
It isn’t the first time Ronaldo, who joined Real from Manchester United for a then-world record fee in 2009, has appeared close to the exit door at the Santiago Bernabeu