Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he will ‘keep going until I can’t do these things I’m doing’ and stressed the Rossoneri ‘still haven’t won anything’.
The Rossoneri have been praised for their great form and the unbeaten run in Serie A and Ibrahimovic admitted they are in an ‘unbelievable form’.
The 39-year-old said he’s not ready to hang up his boots just yet and aims to ‘keep going’ for as long as possible.
“I’ll keep going until I can’t do these things I’m doing,” Zlatan told BBC Sport. “I just have to keep physically good and the rest will be solved by itself.
“We are in unbelievable form – we are doing great, we’re doing good. But we still haven’t won anything, we have to keep that in mind.”
He compared the different challenges between his first and second stint at the Diavolo and said he ‘feels alive’ when they say ‘it’s almost impossible’.
“The first time I came to Milan, I came to a club fighting for the title, the second time I came it was in a situation to bring the club and the team back to the top where it belongs.
“It’s a different challenge, it’s a challenge I like, because when they say it’s too difficult, it’s almost impossible, that’s where I come in the picture and that’s where I feel alive.”
Milan must cope without an injured Zlatan against Parma on Sunday, as he still trains individually.