Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe has put an end to speculation that he will leave the French giants this summer by declaring that his "biggest dream" is UEFA Champions League success with the capital club.
Speaking in an official cross-interview with star PSG teammate Neymar, the 22-year-old France international admitted that he wants nothing more than to bring the UCL trophy to Parc des Princes having already won the 2018 FIFA World Cup with Les Bleus.
"My biggest dream with PSG is to win the Champions League," said Neymar. "With Brazil, I dream of winning the World Cup. Kylian, it is the UCL for you, right?
"My biggest dream would be to win the Champions League with PSG -- that would be amazing," replied Mbappe in the crossover. "Winning another World Cup would be nice too, though!"
"No, the next one is mine!" added Neymar cheekily.
Mbappe is currently into the final 12 months of his contract with PSG pushing for an extension and he has been heavily linked with Real Madrid for a long time now, but the Spanish giants are struggling financially and will likely only be able to make a move work if he is a free agent in 2022.
Neymar has already committed his long-term future to the Ligue 1 outfit and Mauricio Pochettino's squad has been boosted by the arrivals of Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Georginio Wijnaldum and Achraf Hakimi this summer with Paul Pogba also a target.
Mbappe is seeking Ballon d'Or success as well as Champions League glory but rejected the idea that he and Neymar are competing for the same prizes with the same club team.
"It is easy for big players to play together. The most important thing will always be the team and helping PSG to win. If PSG win one day and Neymar shines and deserves the Ballon d'Or, he will win it. The same for me, if I deserve it. PSG is the most important thing. We wear the same shirt, we are friends and it is even easier to play with friends -- especially when they are great players too."
Both were also united in their belief that "respect" for PSG has grown over the past four years that they have been playing together since their 2017 arrivals and that the club is currently close to the European summit.
As Coupe de France winners, PSG are in Trophee des Champions action against Ligue 1 titleholders Lille OSC at Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv this weekend as the French domestic season gets back underway.