Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has set his sights on the Premier League title after sealing a return to Old Trafford for a world-record fee on Tuesday.
In one of the longest running transfer sagas of the off-season, Pogba eventually sealed a return to Manchester after a world-record fee of £89 million was struck with Juventus.
The France international has returned to the club where he started his senior career, after joining Juventus in the summer of 2012 for a fee of just £800,000.
And he has now set his sights on the biggest prize in English football, the Barclays Premier League title.
"I want to win the league for the first time with United, because I hadn't won the league when I left," Pogba told MUTV.
However, the box-to-box midfielder is also targeting the Champions League title and the much-coveted FIFA Ballon d'Or.
He added: "The Champions League, of course. And one of my dreams is to win the Ballon d'Or.
"That will come with time, hopefully, but first I want to win the premier league."