Paul Pogba hopes that his transfer to Juventus can help fulfil his dream of becoming "the best player in the world".
The France youth international turned down a new contract at Manchester United in the search of more regular first-team football, and impressed on his Bianconeri debut against Chievo at the weekend.
Pogba understands his chances may be limited in such a competitive midfield, but is determined to seize the opportunity when it arises, as he expressed his hopes for the coming season and his long-term ambitions.
"I want to be the best, so you have to play with the best at the best clubs," he told RMC.
"My goal is to play 25 games this year and be one of the top five young players in the world. With France, I must skip some steps. To play at the World Cup in Brazil is an objective."
The 19-year-old is yet to represent Les Bleus' senior side, but will be hoping to feature against Roma on Saturday.