FC Bayern München winger Kingsley Coman is relishing the challenge to establish himself as a first-team starter at the Bundesliga champions.
The 20-year-old saw his opportunities reduced under manager Carlo Ancelotti this campaign, making 19 league appearances, as opposed to the 23 he made under previous boss Pep Guardiola.
However, the former Juventus man is happy to fight for his place and determined to prove his worth next season.
"I'm very good at Bayern. I had a magnificent first year, a second that was a little more complicated," he told the official Bundesliga website.
"But the club has always been behind me. I spoke to the board and they reassured me. They believe in me, and me in them."
He added: "You're here to play. It's certain that there are icons at Bayern, players who have done incredible things for the club.
"But to push them, to earn your place, you have to show that you're at their level. At a big club, they don't wait for you. If you're injured or you're not playing, the team goes forward without you."
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