AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek hopes he can help the club get back to challenging for titles. The Rossoneri have been champions of Europe on seven occasions and are 18-time Scudetto winners.
Milan’s last major title came in the 2010/11 campaign when they won the Serie A crown and Piatek hopes he can help the San Siro club end their trophy drought.
Speaking to newspaper Przeglad Sportowy in his native Poland, Piatek moved to play down the praise he has received and stressed his target is on winning titles with at the San Siro.
He said: “If I had all the qualities that the newspapers are talking about, I’d be the best player in history. “I hope that Milan will return to greatness thanks to me and that one day I will be really worthy of those comparisons.”
Piatek, 23, joined Milan in a 35million euros move from Genoa in January and has four goals in as many Serie A appearances for the Italian giants.