Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said Thursday on ESPN Radio that he will not be content unless he is able to win a Super Bowl title, according to ESPN.com.
"It's about time that we go to that next step and I think our team is going to be ready for that," Romo said on ESPN Dallas 103.3's "Ben and Skin Show."
Romo, 31, realizes that quarterbacks are not just defined by their play, but by the championships they win.
"The Super Bowl is obviously the biggest team accomplishment, and also as a quarterback, it's what we're defined as," Romo said, according to the report. "I think for me that would be the one obvious (thing) that you play the game for. All the hours and the sweat and the time that you do and those tough moments when I'm alone doing what I do, that's what you think about.
"You don't rest until you feel that accomplishment. For me, that's always going to be there. That's going to be a very singular-driven focus. That's the way I am, and that's the way it's going to be until that happens. That's the way I'd like to be remembered."
Romo had perhaps his best season a year ago, throwing for 4,184 yards and 31 touchdowns.