Zlatan Ibrahimovic is looking for Paris Saint-Germain to make history in this new season after securing more silverware thanks to a Trophee de Champions victory against Guingamp.
The 32-year-old Sweden international scored both goals for Laurent Blanc’s side as the Ligue 1 champions saw off the Coupe de France winners 2-0 in Beijing on Saturday night.
It is the fifth title that Ibrahimovic has managed to pick up since he joined the big-spending French outfit from AC Milan in 2012, but he is not looking to rest on his laurels.
Indeed the former Barcelona star is now looking for Paris Saint-Germain to push on and not only retain their domestic title, but also progress from their last-eight finish in the Champions League.
Ibrahimovic said on RMC: “We are strong. But it’s not enough to say it, we must prove it.
“We have to play and train every day to improve and then show it on the pitch.
“I think the Parisian fans are very proud of their team. I’m starting my third season here and I’ve won five trophies. When I arrived, I said we would make history. We’ve already made history, and we will carry on.”
He added: “New players have joined us and they’re expected to help the team progress. We’re training hard and we are very focused on the continuation of success at the club. We want to advance the project.”
PSG can be backed at 12.00 to win the Champions League this season, while they are 1.12 to retain their Ligue 1 crown.