Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted that he has set his sights on helping Manchester United win the title and also mentoring young players at Old Trafford. The striker joined the Red Devils on 1 July, a day after he confirmed that he will join the 20-time English champions.
The 34-year-old became Jose Mourinho's second signing at United as they have already secured the services of Eric Bailly as the Ivory Coast defender arrived in the Premier League from Villarreal.
United have young strikers in the squad and the list includes the likes of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Will Keane and James Wilson. The former Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain star has admitted that he is not just keen on improving Rashford and Martial, but also other players in the squad as he looks to help United win the title next season.
"I think so [My experience can help young strikers]. I have experience from different cultures and different team-mates, world class team-mates, so I learned from then. First of all it is up to every player. If you are professional and working hard enough then you will succeed," Ibrahimovic told United's official website.
"You will become a top player. I will do my best to help everybody, not only the two names you gave. Even the club, to bring it up to where it belongs and that is at the top of the table."
The Premier League will see new coaches in the 2016/17 season as Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte will be in charge at Manchester City and Chelsea respectively. Mourinho, on the other hand will be in charge at Old Trafford, while Jurgen Klopp prepares for his first full season as Liverpool manager.
Ibrahimovic claims the upcoming season will be exciting and a tough competition, but the star striker admitted that he is not worried about it.
"I think the whole Premier League and to be representing Manchester United. Every game will be a wow for the world, especially with everything that is going on with the new coaches and the new players, and me also. It will be a funny year in a good competition, a hard competition and I am not worried," he added.