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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Says United Can Still Win The Premier League


Zlatan Ibrahimovic who moved to Manchester United on free transfer before the start of the season has since Scored 17 goals on United Colours, and in the last fixture completed 50 goals for the season for both Club and Country backs his Club to win the premier League despite being in the 6th position, 13 points behind League leaders Chelsea.

Ibrahimovic had won 4 Ligue 1 trophies in France before moving to England but here seem different as United had a struggling start which has resulted to their 6th position, having regained their form a little late to attain their expectations for this first half of the season.

"I think so, we had our up and down moments, winning losing, winning losing," Ibrahimovic said. "We had our moments where the results haven't been what they should have been after good performances, but we are still there and we have been closing the gap.
"So hopefully the other teams can do some mistakes and close the gap even more and push the gap between other teams.

"We are working hard for it, believing in it, we are here to win. We have no excuses, we are here for what we are able to want and do and that's win a title."
The 35 year old acknowledged his team has been a bit inconsistent and that he is getting comfortable with the club but could be happier if the wins became consistent.
"I feel good, a lot of things have been happening and I'm enjoying, adapting to the game, I feel comfortable. So, about the collective results, [it] has been up and down.
"The last period has been good and hopefully we can continue with this winning streak, we are working very hard, we all go in the same direction where we want to win, but to do that you need to win the games and work hard and that's what we are doing.
"So yeah, I'm happy, but I could be happier."

Asked about hit fitness issues, concerning his age the Swedish player said that as long as he feels physically good, he will be at his best for the Club.
"I don't know, as long as I feel physically good, I'm not worried for what can happen on the field because in my mind I know what I'm able to do and I'm doing it," he said. "So I don't know, depends on the circumstances, a lot of things fitting for me to continue.
"But it's not like I'm in one place because I'm Ibrahimovic and 'he's there because his name is big.' I don't need that, I'm there because I'm bringing results and performing, I will not be there to waste time.

"That is not in my mind and that is not my way of thinking of the game because I'm in one of the best and probably one of the biggest clubs in the world. I'm here to bring results because if I'm not doing it, somebody else will do it."
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