Los Angeles Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has claimed that he is still capable of scoring 20 goals per season in Serie A.
Ibrahimovic has scored a total of 52 goals from 56 appearances in the MLS since signing from Manchester United in March 2018.
However, with his contract due to expire at the end of the year, the Swede is being linked with a return to Europe during the January transfer window.
Having previously represented both Milan clubs, the 38-year-old has suggested that he would be interested in spending another period in Italy's top flight.
Ibrahimovic told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I am 38 years old and have the enthusiasm of a kid, with that same desire to win. That, for me, is everything.
"Italy is my second home. I will listen to all offers, but I want to fight for the maximum target. If I were to come back, I'd want to challenge for the Scudetto, not just be signed by someone because I am Ibrahimovic.
"I can still make the difference. I'm not a zoo animal to be put on display for people to see. I can still get 20 goals in Serie A."
United have also been linked with a reunion with Ibrahimovic.