Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has put Premier League clubs - most notably Manchester United - on high alert after insisting his career is "only just warming up".
The 34-year-old's contract with the Ligue 1 champions expires this summer after what has been a successful four-year stay in the French capital, scoring 137 goals in all competitions and winning the league in every season since joining in 2012.
Prior to PSG's Champions League clash with Chelsea on Wednesday night, which they won 2-1 (4-2 on aggregate), Ibrahimovic said, according to Sky Sports: "I'm only just warming up. I don't believe that it's the end of my career.
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"Age is just a number. The difference is how you feel. I feel young, I feel very young.
"The season I've done so far, I've never had a better one statistically."
Amidst all the speculation involving the Sweden international, Ibrahimovic did insist that no discussions have yet taken place regarding his future.
"My future is I have another two months with PSG," he continued, "then I have the Euros to play with my national team.
"I'm not in discussion with anybody because for me it's not the moment to talk about that."
Despite playing down rumours of a move away, recent reports have linked the former Barcelona forward with Louis van Gaal's United.
The Red Devils have lacked a consistent goalscorer this season, with Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial flattering to deceive.
Arsenal have also been linked with the PSG frontman, who even in the twilight of his career is one of Europe's finest strikers and capable of firing any Premier League side to the title.