Having won pretty much everything there is to win in football, Ibrahimovic is an inspirational figure at Old Trafford and his presence in the dressing room will come as a massive boost for players.
Despite entering the latter stages of his career, Ibrahimovic has come to win and will be hoping to add the Premier League trophy to his glowing array of titles.
Speaking about his hard work, Herrera claims Ibrahimovic trains everyday and only looks 28.
“He trains every day at his best, trying to get everyone at their highest level. He doesn’t lose one training session,” he said.
“He is very, very aggressive and demanding but in a good way because every day he wants to win every training session and he wants everyone with him to win to keep working so we are very lucky to have Zlatan with us.
“If you saw a game and you didn’t know Zlatan’s age you could think he was only 28 or 29 and that is good for us.
“He’s an example for every one of us. I am not young, not old, I’m in the middle and he is an example for me as well. When you behave as a professional you can still be at a top club at 35.”
The Swede has kept himself in spectacular shape and has aged like a fine wine, only improving as he gets older.