After winning the 32nd trophy with Manchester United's League Cup triumph on Sunday, the former Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic admitted that he wants to achieve more and will continue to play as long as he is able to produce results.
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After scoring a late winner to secure Manchester United’s first major trophy under Jose Mourinho, as they beat Southampton 3-2 in the final of the EFL Cup, On Sunday, the former Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic has recently said that he feels like a lion.
And the 36-year-old Manchester star Ibrahimovic has now won a major trophy in a fifth country after honors in France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands and is in the midst of an incredible debut season at Old Trafford.
Ibrahimovic is currently enjoying a great season of Premier League as he has already scored 26 goals for the English giant Manchester United in all competition and recently Ibrahimovic said that he wanted to achieve more and will continue to play as long as he is able to produce results.
As in an interview Ibrahimovic said, "I feel fresh. I feel good. I feel like an animal. I'm an animal. I feel like a lion. The lion is born a lion. I feel in good shape. I train hard. People who know me from the locker room know that I train very hard.”
"I have an objective every season I go into and to reach that objective I need to train hard and I need to suffer when I train. That is how I achieve what I achieve,"
Ibrahimovic added, "I'm from the old school where they work hard and get what they get from doing the hard work -- not like the new school, where it is easy to get what you want,"
"I will stop on top. I will not play one game by being Ibrahimovic and for what I did before. If I don't perform, if I don't bring results, I will not play.”
"I will not be like other players, playing because they make a great career and name and they are still playing because they are who they are.”
"I will play as long as I can bring results."