According to the Portuguese man Jose Mourinho, who is currently managing the Premier League giant Manchester United believes that the Former Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is currently playing for Manchester United has "proved he is a superman" with his superb form for Manchester United.
The Former Sweden international Zlatan ibrahimovic has already scored 16 goals in all competitions for the Red Devils since he joined the Premier League giant from the France champions PSG, where he has scored 113 goals in his 122 appearances for the club.
The 35-year-old star forward has only missed two games for United since joining from Paris Saint-Germain and was described by Mourinho as undroppable this week.
And recently after hitting both goals in United's 2-0 Premier League victory against West Brom at The Hawthorns on Saturday, the Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho admits he has been amazed by the former Barcelona, Inter and PSG’s star forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s commitment, despite him having entered the closing stages of his career.
As in an interview with BBC Sport, Mourinho said,
"I'm so pleased for him"
“He's the kind of player who doesn't need to prove anything to anyone but when he decides to come to England in the last period of his career, to the most difficult championship, I think he proved he's a superman in his mentality.
"What he's doing is fantastic. At the age of 35, I think it's a dream for every striker of 25 to arrive in the Premier League and impress as he is doing.
"I need to give him a rest and now we have a week, we don't have a match after 48 hours. It's not just him."
After losing and equalizing continuously the Premeir League giant Manchester United are now unbeaten in 10 matches and have moved level on points with the Spurs Tottenham in fifth place after taking nine points from their last three league games.
And the Portuguese man Jose Mourinho stressed the importance of continuing to deliver good performances given the demands of the Manchester United fans over the team's style of play.
As Mourinho added, "I could mention everyone because they need to be really strong to play well, not get the results and cope with the frustration of negative results," he said.
"And now we have three wins in a row, we have a bit of happiness. It's important to win matches - the top teams are not losing many points. We have to try to win as many as possible.”
"At some clubs you can play bad football as long as it's winning football. At Manchester United, it's one of those clubs where winning matches is not enough. You have to win and play well."