Zlatan: I came to win and I am winning

After helping Manchester United to EFL Cup glory on Sunday, Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he is not surprised by his success in his first season in England.

The 35-year-old scored twice as the Red Devils edged Southampton 3-2 in a pulsating Cup final at Wembley, taking his goal-scoring tally for the season to 26.

The Swede, who joined United on a free transfer from Paris St-Germain, now has the most goals by any player in the Premier League this season and won his 32nd major trophy.

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Asked if he was surprised by his success in England, Ibrahimovic told Sky Sports: "No, no. This is what I predicted. Everything I thought would happen. The only thing is the others didn't see it. And I came here to show them what I saw and what I would do.

"Apparently to many I could not do it, but I keep going and doing what I am doing every year.

"This is what I came for, I came to win and I am winning. I have to keep going because the more I win the more satisfied I get."