Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims to have already conquered England in just three months, as he has already fulfilled his personal goals.
The Swedish forward is bang in form at the moment, and is just one goal behind Chelsea's Diego Costa in the race for the Golden boot. His grand form has been synonymous with the Red Devils' amazing run of wins, but he has told the club's official website that he isn't focused on personal achievements, and just wants to help United win the Premier League title.
"No, I’m not chasing anybody," he said, following a question on catching Costa.
"I’m chasing the head trophy – the Premier League. That is my aim. The individual things come as part of the main objective because that is like a bonus for every individual player.
"If the collective does well, then the individuals will do well. I try to help the team and try to do what I’m best at – scoring goals, playing good and creating chances for my team-mates. As long as I can do that, I know I will help my team.
"The same thing with them, they help me the way they can for the team. I have no individual targets because that I did already, after three months in England. After I conquered England – it took three months."
Ibrahimovic believes that United are still in the title race, despite being 10 points behind leaders Chelsea. The club are poised for a major showdown against Liverpool on Sunday, and the result could define their season, yet the 35-year-old remains confident in his team's chances.
"We had our dips, our ups and downs when we were winning, losing, winning and losing," he continued.
"Lately, we have been winning, where we have been more stabilised as a team. The coach has found his base, which is not easy when you’re a new coach coming to a new team and want to put in your philosophy, your game and the way you want it to be.
"I said from the beginning – slowly, slowly, we will get better and everything was about the click. We needed to click as a team. Now you the see the identity of the team. We are finding each other but I think we can do much more and be much better. And we will do it – we are working hard for it.
"The last one and a half months have shown the right way, the gap [at the top] has been bigger but now it’s better. So we are closer to that now. We wait for the other teams to have their dips, to make their mistakes, and we will be there.
We will give them hard work until then because I think the second half of the season is the decisive one and that will decide. Whatever you want, wherever you will come, let’s see what we want. I know what we want. We want to show it."