It would be fair to say that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not the shy and retiring type.
Sports Mole has selected 10 of the 32-year-old's most memorable quotes ahead of tonight's quarter-final.
"One thing is for sure, a World Cup without me is nothing to watch so it is not worthwhile to wait for the World Cup."
After Sweden failed to qualify for this summer's World Cup
"We are looking for an apartment [in Paris]. If we don't find anything, then I'll probably just buy the hotel."
Following his switch from AC Milan to PSG in the summer of 2012
"Nothing, she already has Zlatan."
When asked what he had got his wife for her birthday
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"First I went left, he did too. Then I went right, and he did too. Then I went left again, and he went to buy a hot dog."
Discussing an occasion when he was marked by former Liverpool defender Stephane Henchoz
"Absolutely not. I have ordered a plane. It is much faster."
On reports that he had purchased a Porsche
"He never actually made me a serious offer, it was more, 'I want to see how good you are, what kind of player you are. Have a trial'. I couldn't believe it. I was like, 'No way, Zlatan doesn't do auditions'."
Revealing why he rejected the offer of a trial at Arsenal as a youngster
"What Carew does with a football, I can do with an orange."
Responding to comparisons between him and John Carew during the early part of his career
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"When you buy me, you are buying a Ferrari. If you drive a Ferrari you put premium fuel in the tank, you drive onto the motorway and you floor the accelerator. Guardiola filled up with diesel and went for a spin in the countryside. If that's what he wanted, he should have bought himself a Fiat from the start."
Writing in his autobiography about his problems at Barcelona
"Come to my house and you'll see if I'm gay. And bring your sister."
His response to a journalist that had asked him if he was gay
"I like fireworks too, but I set them off in gardens or kebab stands. I never set fire to my own house."
Giving his opinion on the news that Mario Balotelli had set off a firework in his own house