After joining Manchester City for a record fee of £100 million from Aston Villa, 26-year-old Jack Grealish has set sight on winning more trophies for City in the 2022/23 season.
Grealish was key in Man City’s Carabao Cup trophy and had a fine debut season at Etihad Stadium where he helped City win the Premier League and also reach the Champions League semi-final.
Grealish finished the past season with ten assists in 39 appearances across all competitions for City.
Grealish is keen to add further silverware to his cabinet after winning his first league title after a scintillating final day victory for Pep Guardiola’s side against Aston Villa two weeks ago.
“I am not saying I just want to win the Champions League next year. I want to win everything,” Grealish said in an interview with The Mirror this week.
“I want to win the FA Cup, the Carabao Cup, the Premier League. That is what I have come here (to Manchester City) to do.”
Grealish is hoping to kick start the new season as a starter in Pep Guardiola’s team come next season.
“I think I will improve next year; I know I will. I know there will be even more pressure on me next year than there was this year.
“I wish I had scored and assisted more (last season) but at the end of the day, I did not say that at the start of the season when I came here (to City).
“The one thing I said was that I wanted to win stuff and the main thing I wanted to win was the Premier League. That was my main target and I have done that. I know personally, I can push on next year and hopefully, I do,” Grealish added.