Marco Verratti is eager to win the champions league with PSG, after signing a contract extension.
The Italy international signed a five-year contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain, with his contract set to expire in 2021.
Despite winning the Ligue 1 title four consecutive seasons, Verratti is yet to win the UCL with PSG, as they keep crashing out before the final.
“We have already won a lot in France and I want to keep on winning and now we also hope to win in Europe because that’s our aim, the club’s aim,” Verratti said via the club’s website.
“It’s a very, very ambitious aim, but I’m a player that likes this type of objective because it means you play for a big team and I’m very happy.”
Verratti – a 15-time Italy international – added: “Obviously if you play for four years with the great players at this club, and are coached by a great coach, then you have to improve and I have progressed a lot here, in every department of my game, because you’re playing in big games, every season you’re playing in the Champions League and I think that’s the best opportunity possible for a young player.
“In my four years here I have improved a lot, but I know I can still do better.”