Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrated his League Cup final heroics in typically bullish style as the Manchester United star insisted he never doubted he would thrive in England.
"Let's see what happens", said Ibrahimovic. "I mean the moment, how I feel, the situation. I have a good relationship with him and that's why I came", he said. "So it had nothing to do with the Champions League". "It's not easy to win titles, it's not easy to win titles so many times, it's not easy to cope with that pressure that I put myself under with my career. I keep doing it".
After his heroic performance, United boss Jose Mourinho called on the club's supporters to picket the Swede's house until he agree to stay at Old Trafford for at least another year.
The 35-year-old has scored more goals, created more chances and played more minutes than any other United player so far this season, most recently hitting a match-winning brace to fire his side to EFL Cup glory on Sunday.
Now, seven months into the Premier League with Manchester United, the Sweden worldwide has already notched up 26 goals and seven assists from just 38 appearances.
Ibrahimovic is not only United's most potent attacking threat, he's also crucial to the cause for his impact in the dressing room.
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"The lone striker is a tough job physically, but he is the one who is playing the most minutes for United".
Ibrahimovic confirmed the three key people in him joining United were his sons, Maximilian and Vincent, and Mourinho.
"I did not come to England before because it was not the moment".
"It's important to accept this but I am disappointed for the players and for the fans".
Herrera told MUTV that Mourinho has "shared that with the group, with the team and with the squad", to generate a winning mentality throughout. I take this because I've won it four times. "I talk before and I do it, that's the big difference", Ibrahimovic said.
"I think one of the things [Jose] Mourinho has brought to this club is he is a victor", Herrera told MUTV. "What I predicted. That is exactly what I am doing".