The Bordeaux midfielder has shown his growing impatience at the amount of focus the Swedish superstar has attracted from the press and insists there are more good players in FranceBordeaux midfielder Fahid Ben Khalfallah has revealed he has become bored of the amount of media attention Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic receives.
The 30-year-old did not hold back when it came to discussing the Super Swede and his wealthy current employers.
"Who cares about Ibrahimovic? Frankly, we have spent the whole season speaking about only PSG and Ibrahimovic. He score, they won - fine," he told reporters.
"They are putting together a fantastic project, and they have the opportunity to do so as they have huge resources. To that point, it's OK."
Ibrahimovic has had an excellent season at his new club since joining from AC Milan last summer, and he currently leads the top scorer charts in Ligue 1 with 19 goals.
Despite this, Ben Khalfallah believes he, and other star names, should be treated no differently to every other player in the division or lower tiers.
He added: "Talk about Ibra or Lucas Moura ... They have two legs and two arms; they are like everyone else. Of course they have something more, but when we play them, we don't care whether it's against Ibrahimovic or a CFA (lower league) player ; it's the same thing.
"It's tiring to speak about PSG [all the time]."