ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC is making fools of those who thought his goals would dry up once he got to England.
The mercurial Swedish star scored his 20th goal of the season in Manchester United’s 3-0 win at Leicester and revealed there’s stacks more to come.
The 35-year-old says he merely dismisses the knockers who are waiting for the well to dry up.
Ibrahimovic said: “I know there were many people who said I wouldn’t even score 20 but that is nothing I focus on.
“For me the main objective is to help my team win and do their best and afterwards we see what happens.
“We have some games left so hopefully I will get more. I still produce and do my best and I get a lot of help from my team mates.”
Ibra reveals that he’s striving to hit a secret target he set himself before he kicked a ball in a red shirt.
“I have a target in my head but I will not say it! I am not there yet. But I have a target and it is something I have been doing every year and it is nothing new for me.
“I keep producing. I have 20 goals and seven assists. The statistic is in reach like it has been before in other years, except for last year which was a crazy year!”
Ibrahimovic says playing in the Premier League is shaping up to be everything he expected it to be and feels United are homing in on a top four spot.
He added: “Everything motivates me, all the targets, all the other critics, all the atmosphere coming to Premier League and bringing more followers to the Premier League. Yes, I feel good, I feel good.
“I think we are back in the hunt. It was a big gap couple of months ago but it is smaller now.
“We have been our own enemy. If we had won our games and get the points we should have got the situation would have been totally different but, okay, now we look at other teams and hope they lose points.”