New Los Angeles Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has stressed that he will set out to "conquer the US" like he did in Europe.
The 36-year-old left Manchester United on Thursday after his contract at Old Trafford was cancelled ahead of the move to the United States.
Ibrahimovic has won four domestic league titles during a glittering career to date which has seen him play for Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain among others after starting out at homeland club Malmo.
"I am super excited. I know what I come with. I know what I am able to do," the Swede told former MLS player Calen Carr.
"This is just a new adventure for me - a new challenge. I am looking forward to conquer the US just like I conquered Europe. I'm pumped!
"After 20 years in Europe playing for the best clubs in the world with the best players in the world, I have been winning so much.
"It is time to move to a different continent and try the MLS. For me, there was no question about it - Galaxy was the team and I chose them. They didn't need to choose me."
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