Kylian Mbappe has opened up about his future at Monaco, claiming he’ll be happy if he’s winning silverware.
He’s been massively linked with Europe’s elite after scoring 26 goals in 44 appearances last term and is now one of the hottest prospects in football.
The Frenchman’s performances in the Champions League showcases exactly why he’s been valued so highly in the lead-up to the summer transfer window and there’s no doubt it’ll only get better from here.
Speaking about his plans, Mbappe is only aiming to win silverware and pick up minutes.
“The Champions League is a dream, a competition that everyone wants to win and that only a minority can win — the most important are the titles,” he said.
“That would be much more of an obsession for me than the Ballon d’Or, for example.
“I want to touch the stars and, when you dream, you do not dream of playing the middle of the table or maintaining it.
“The 2018 World Cup is the number one goal at international level. As I always say, dreams are good but it’s up to me to work for them.”
The 18-year-old is just aiming to cement his place in the first-team, pick up minutes for the international squad and earn his place in the 2018 World Cup squad.
He’s already got those things in the bag, but it just goes to show he’s looking to build on his career at a club where he is familiar, rather than making a world-record move to a top club overseas.