Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed his delighted at being a key part of the club's ascent to Europe's elite over the last few seasons.
Ibrahimovic is out of a contract at the end of the current campaign, fueling speculation his time in Paris could be nearing its conclusion, but the player has declared himself happy at the club and spoke of his pride in his role in the club's rise.
"I feel good. I feel I have a lot of responsibility," he told the club's website. "Before I came here I knew it would be a big challenge for me because the club wanted to do something great, something big, to build up a club that brings them to the top and it was a project at the start.
"I'm very happy I was here at the start because it's easy to come now here where everything is settled down, everything is good and it's easy to make your thing.
"When I came it wasn't so easy because I came from Milan and it was a different world compared from what it is today. I'm very happy, I was one of the first ones to be here and bring it to the top and I knew I would make history with this club, so that is what I'm doing and I'm still doing it, so when I change club or stop football I will sit down and lean back and say I was part of that project, so for that I'm very happy."
One object PSG have yet to accomplish is winning a Champions League trophy and Ibrahimovic believes the side is good enough to win it this season, but says it wouldn't be the end of the world if they don't.
"I still have the possibility to win it," he added. "I have a great team and the dream is to win the Champions League for this club and that is one of my objectives, to win of course.
"But if it wouldn't happen and my career is full, packed anyway, so the museum is huge and I'm happy for that.
"I had the luck to play with great players that won trophies for me and the same thing with the clubs I played for, that I was able to win the trophies I have been winning, but let's see what happens this year and if not I will still be happy with what I have achieved," he concluded.