Menez targets trophies at AC Milan
Jeremy Menez wants to be challenging for silverware next season once he completes his move to AC Milan on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain.
The 27-year-old former Roma midfielder underwent a medical on Thursday before settling in to his new surroundings in Lombardy.
Having won back-to-back Ligue 1 titles with PSG, he sees no reason why he cannot add another league title with the Rossoneri.
"My priority now is Milan," he told the Italian club's website. "Finishing [eighth] is not right so we've got to return to the summit of Italian football and try to win the league -- you never know. I hope to win something with Milan because this club deserve it."
Menez treads the same path as Brazilian defender Alex, becoming the first two new signings of new Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi.
The pair first met for negotiations in Ibiza before Inzaghi was officially confirmed as Milan's new coach, and already then Menez could sense they shared a hunger.
"You can see that [Inzaghi's] really motivated for next year and he really wants to win something," Menez said.
"He won lots as a player and now he wants to win as a coach too. I'm delighted to be here. Milan will always be Milan. I had a few difficulties last year, but I hope to get back to my very best and win something here."
Used as an attacking midfielder by Roma, Menez says he has no preference what role he plays in Inzaghi's plans.
"Over the last two or three years, I've been playing up front," he said. "Sometimes I would play out wide, but it will be up to the coach where I play. I'm just delighted to be here."