Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes he has continually improved throughout his career and will carry on doing so at Paris Saint-Germain.
The Swede became PSG’s all-time highest-scoring player earlier this month, scoring twice against Marseille to take his tally in all competitions for the club to 110 in just 137 games.
Now 34-years-old, and with his contract at the Parc des Princes set to expire at the end of the season, Ibrahimovic has been heavily linked to a move away from Paris.
But the talismanic striker feels he still has plenty to offer as he matures.
“I still think I am making progress, even though I am getting older,” Ibrahimovic told the official PSG website.
“I am like wine – I improve with age. I do not feel on the decline, quite the opposite.
“I think I’m stronger mentally. I still have a great hunger that will allow me to fulfil my goals. I am very pleased with what I have done – and still do today – since I came here.
“I just need to stay focused, healthy, fresh physically and continue to do what I can do.
“Nothing will stop me here. I broke down all the walls to fulfil my objectives.”
Ligue 1-leading PSG travel to face Bastia on Saturday.