Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said he isn't looking for revenge against Chelsea. Ibrahimovic's last appearance at Stamford Bridge came a year ago, lasting 31 minutes before he received a red card that saw him dismissed. In the aftermath of the match, he accused Chelsea's players of behaving poorly in the reaction to the incident with Oscar that saw him sent off.

"I never think about revenge and these things because every game is a new game but hopefully I will stay on the pitch longer than the last time to have a possibility to do things I'm good at," the Swede said. "What happened in the past, it belongs to the past and this is the present time. So let's do a good game ... this is a new game."

Ibrahimovic's contract with PSG expires at the end of the season, but the 34-year-old says his career is not over just yet.

"I'm only warming up so I don't believe it's the end of my career. So, I think the age is only something that you feel," he said. "It's just a number and the difference how you feel. I feel young, I feel very young because my season I've done so far, I've never had better statistics than this," he said.