Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has revealed that he didn't believe he would be holding multiple glories earned at The All England Club.

After a couple of semi-final showings and a runner-up finish in 2012, the Scot captured his maiden Wimbledon title in 2013, putting up a dominant final performance to edge out Serbia's Novak Djokovic. Then, a year ago, in 2016, the world number one claimed his second glory at The Championships after beating big-serving Milos Raonic in the final.

Three-time Major champion Murray, who turned 30 years of age last month, insists that he is eager to taste more Grand Slam success as the time is running out for him.

Murray would love to make it back-to-back on the grass of Wimbledon this year and make amends for his campaign at the tournament in 2014 when he disappointingly bowed out at the quarter-final stage as a defending champion. With a semi-final finish at the recently finished Roland Garros.

''I never thought I would win one,'' Murray told Sky Sports News HQ. ''Now being on two (Wimbledon titles), going in there this year with a chance to get third, I don't how many more opportunities I'm going to get to be competing for the Grand Slams. I want to make the most out of it.''

A semi-final loss suffered to Swiss Stan Wawrinka at Roland Garros this past Friday marked the end of Murray's clay-court season.

However, there was no much time to grief, as he was quick to get back to work.

''That's why I didn't take a long break after the French Open,'' Murray continued. ''I took a couple of days off. I've been on the grass courts the last couple of days. I want to prepare as best I can for it.''

Murray notes he needs to get better

Scot Andy Murray has openly confessed that his game needs to reach a higher level if he wants to catch his third Wimbledon title this year, July 3-16.

The top-ranked tennis player hasn't had the greatest season thus far, winning just one title and losing early on at every Masters 1000 tournament he had played.

However, as the season switches from clay to grass, Murray's form is expected to experience a lift, as he prefers faster surfaces over the dirt.

''If I play well, I've shown in the past that I can win there (Wimbledon), I need to do everything right in the next few weeks because my game still is not quite where I would like it to be at this stage of the season.

The French (Open) was great, but there's still work (left) to be done.''

The Queen's Club, the place to begin

Andy Murray will be launching his grass season next week at the Aegon Championships held at the Queen's Club, June 19-25. Record five-time Queen's champion Murray hopes to leave his mark at the London suburb again as that would give him a much-needed boost ahead of Wimbledon.

Murray ended champion at Queen's in 2013 and 2016, the years he went all the way at The All England Club.

However, the 30-year-old won't be up to an easy task at The Queen's Club, as the names of Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic, Grigor Dimitrov, and some other have been confirmed to be featuring at the tournament.

''Hopefully, I will get some good matches in at Queen's and then set myself up for a good run again there (Wimbledon),'' Murray said.