Ivorian winger, Amad Diallo says he is eyeing the English Premier League (EPL) and Champions League crown after completing a "dream" move to Manchester United.
United reached an agreement to sign the 18-year-old from Atalanta of Italy for £37 million ($51m) on the final day of the summer transfer window.
However, the final deal was subject to personal terms and work permit, with the Old Trafford club forced to apply for a governing body exemption before the attacker could obtain a visa.
“I’m over the moon to be here. I’m so excited to start here at Manchester United. It’s a dream come true and I can’t wait to start and play with the guys," he told United's official website recently.
“I’m a little bit too anxious to say this given it’s just the start [of my time here] but my dream is to win the Premier League and the Champions League with Manchester United. That is my aim and goal."
On how much he can develop as a player at Manchester United, Diallo said: "I’m only young, only 18, so there is still a long way ahead for me. I want to learn and progress and I will be listening to the more experienced players here and the coach, and I’ll do my best and work hard to succeed.”
He added: "My dream is to win the Premier League and the Champions League with Manchester United. That is my aim and goal.”