Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba says he is aiming to become the greatest player in world football.
Pogba, 19, left Manchester United for Juve in the summer and the Frenchman is hoping the influence of his team-mates can help him achieve his aim.
"I want to be the best and, for that, you have to train with the best," he told French radio station RMC. "My goal is to be the best player in the world."
He is looking to make his mark on the first-team this year.
"This season, I want to play 25 games and to establish myself as one of the top five young players," he added.
Pogba has said he wants to force his way into the French national team ahead of the next international tournament. "I still need to take a few more steps before I can play for France, but the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is my target," he said.