Barcelona striker, Robert Lewandowski has warned the new generation of strikers, including Manchester City’s Erling Haaland, that he is “still here”.
Lewandowski stated this while collecting his Gerd Muller Trophy at the Ballon d’Or awards on Monday.
The Poland international was warned by Didier Drogba of a “kid” at Manchester City who is “on fire” – a reference to Haaland.
In response, Lewandowski said: “The season is very long, and I know for me it’s also a new chapter with Barcelona.
Since the first days, I’m feeling very well in this club.”
The 34-year-old added: “From the first minutes, I see that with my team-mates we have big potential and I have the opportunity to score a lot of goals.
“I am sure that all together we are working on this.”