The experienced Paris Saint-Germain attacker feels that he can still become a better player, and has made it clear that he is not yet in top conditionParis Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has insisted that he still has room for improvement as he aims to become a better player.
The Sweden international has been in sublime form since moving to Parc des Princes from AC Milan over the summer, netting 10 goals in nine official appearances, but he is determined to keep on improving.
"Each day that you play and every match that you play, you get stronger in experience. I feel I am getting better with each year that passes and I'm playing in a manner that I want to play," the towering attacker told reporters.
"The day I stop progressing is the day that I stop playing football."
Ibrahimovic then reflected on his performances so far this season, and stressed that he is not fully match fit yet.
"I am not yet at 100 per cent fitness. I've scored goals and I've played well but I've had two matches when I wasn't good and my teammates know it."
The striker is currently away on international duty with Sweden as they prepare for Friday's World Cup qualifier against Faroe Islands.