Manchester United winger Nani is aiming to be remembered as the best in the world.
The 24-year-old has emerged from the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo and has been in superb form for United over the past 12 months or so, helping the club to win the Premier League title last season and also being voted Player of the Year by his team-mates.
And after making a bright start to the new campaign, Nani is keen to continue impressing.
"Hopefully, when I have finished playing football, people will say 'Nani was a fantastic player who won a lot of titles and beat records at the club' or something like that," the Portugal international told Inside United.
"I know I have the condition to be among the select best players in the world, but I have to work hard and show that.
"Sometimes that doesn’t happen, but what I can promise is that as long as I am a football player, I will do my best to try to get there."
Nani was linked with a number of clubs over the summer, with Juventus, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich all rumoured to be interest.
But the player insists he is happy at Old Trafford and is looking to become even better than the likes of Ronaldo, who left the club in 2009 to join Real Madrid.
"That’s one dream I’ve got: to be the best in the world," he added.
"But I don’t let it frustrate me. I’m not like: 'I have to be the best in the world', because I have other priorities like winning trophies with the team."