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Ibrahimovic targets second Barca clean sweep

Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes the Catalan giants can once again win everything next year.

Pep Guardiola's men completed a clean sweep of all six trophies they could have lifted this year after winning the FIFA Club World Cup last week to add to their previous successes in the Primera Division, Champions League, Copa del Rey, European Super Cup and Spanish Super Cup.

It has been a record-breaking year for Barca and one that has established them as arguably the greatest team ever.

Ibrahimovic has only been on hand for the last three trophies, after a summer move from Inter Milan, but the Sweden striker believes he can fire Barca to even more success.

"Before this season, nobody would have said that a team could be capable of winning it all," he told El Mundo Deportivo. "It's something incredible and it would have been hard to think about it before it happened, but I think we can repeat it.

"I have had the luck to be here only half a year and, in that time, achieved three trophies. In so few months I think it's impossible to do better."

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