Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has vowed to score more goals for the Red Devils as the season continues.
Ibrahimovic, 35, scored twice in the 3-1 win over Swansea City over the weekend, which ended a six-game scoring drought in the league for the big Swede. He admitted that he think he should have a few more goals than the eight he currently have in all competitions, and vowed to get better.
“I think I could have scored a couple more goals than I have done – I missed pretty good chances which I didn’t see myself doing,” Ibrahimovic told Inside United. “But it’s a different game here [in England].
“Here, it’s different compared to the ones [the leagues] before. When you play a game here, there is no team controlling it, it’s back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. That’s the way the game is, you have to get used to it.
“With my performance, I am happy. I know I can do more, I know the team can do more and I want to do more and I will do more.”
Ibrahimovic also said that there is a good atmosphere in the dressing room, and that they will become better and better the more they get to know each other.
“We have a mix of ages – experienced players, young players, the quality is there,” Ibrahimovic said. “I think we can achieve big things. I said after the Liverpool game and I said it before that we just need to find the ‘click’ where we find each other.
“Every day that goes by, the more you get to know each other and it becomes like a family. You know what you need – I know what I need to do to get the maximum out of my team-mates and the same thing on the other side, they know what they need to bring that out of me.”