The Spanish club lost 3-0 to Liverpool away from home at Anfield in the second leg of the Europa League semi-final tie on Thursday evening.
The Yellow Submarine won the first leg of the tie 1-0 in Spain last week, meaning that they go out of the prestigious club competition 3-1 on aggregate.
Soldado, who joined Villarreal from Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2015, has taken to Twitter to give his reaction to his side’s exit.
“Very proud of this team, club and fans,” wrote the 30-year-old on the social networking site. “We put everything, but unfortunately it was not enough. To continue and improve for the future.”
Muy orgulloso de este equipo,club y afición. Lo pusimos todo, pero lamentablemente no fue suficiente. A seguir y mejorar para el futuro.— Roberto Soldado (@R9Soldado) May 5, 2016
Soldado has scored five goals and created 28 chances in 28 La Liga appearances so far this season.
The Spain international striker has a pass accuracy of 68% and a shot accuracy of 57%, and has won 21 headers, 14 dribbles and 13 tackles.
In 13 Europa League matches for Villarreal this campaign, the 30-year-old scored two goals and created 19 chances.