Arturo Vidal says Chile have what it takes to win trophies for the next ten years and he wants to be at the center of it.
The 30-year-old has helped Chile win the 2015 Copa America and the centenario a year later, playing a key role in the triumph.
Vidal says Chile has what it takes to win the Confederations Cup in Russia and also challenge for the World Cup.
Speaking ahead of Thursday’s meeting with Germany in Kazan, he told a news conference: “I’m very happy about what’s been said about myself and the national team. We’ve won two competitions that were quite good in South America.
“I don’t know if it’s the best moment in my career but I hope to keep improving.
“I hope I can play for many years to come but right now we can achieve a lot. We can win this tournament, fight for the World Cup and we have the Copa America.
“We have good players and a good coach. We have everything we need to keep winning. I hope I can do so for many years to come, at least until I’m 40!”