Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is certainly not lacking ambition after speaking of his hopes for the future.
“Juve can help me to realise my dream of becoming the best player in the world,” he told RMC in an interview.
“That is my target and to do that you need to be playing for the best clubs around, like Juventus,” he added.
“The competition for places is tough, but I want to play 25 games this season and become one of the top five young players on the planet.”
Pogba, 19, joined the Turin giants in the summer after his contract at Manchester United expired.
He’s made two Serie A appearances so far this season for a total of 123 minutes. Reports today suggest that he could start against Roma on Saturday in place of Andrea Pirlo.
Pogba also revealed his international dreams.
“I still need to take a few more steps in order to play for France, but appearing for my country at the World Cup in 2014 is another of my objectives.”
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