Kylian Mbappe says he wants to win the World Cup and is not interested in individual awards such as the Ballon d'Or.
Mbappe starred as France beat Belgium 1-0 in Tuesday's World Cup semi-final, booking a spot against either England or Croatia, creating a great chance for Olivier Giroud with a wonderful backheel pass.
France have not won the tournament since 1998 when they triumphed on home soil, with Mbappe tipped as a possible Golden Ball winner due to his fine performances.
The 19-year-old has also been suggested as a contender for the Ballon d'Or, having become the first teenager since Pele to score more than once in a World Cup game.
"It's unimaginable. It is the dream of a life, of a future life, of everything. I do not have the words," Mbappe said to TF1.
"Even in my biggest dreams I had not imagined that, and yet I am a big dreamer. But it remains a step.
15 - Kylian Mbappé attempted 15 dribbles against Belgium (7 completed), highest tally for a French player in a World Cup match since Opta analyses the competition (since 1966). Hook. #FRABEL #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/DM6D53S82b— OptaJean (@OptaJean) July 10, 2018
"When you do not cheat and work for the collective, you are rewarded. As long as I can help the team, it's all that matters to me.
"I do not care about the Ballon d'Or, I want the World Cup."