The UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award winner, Erling Haaland, has confessed that he’s enjoying his playing time at Manchester City following his record debut with the English club in the 2022/23 Premier League season.
The Norwegian star has been mopping up honours at this summer’s awards ceremonies, outpacing Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka to the PFA Men’s Player of the Year earlier this week.
His latest honour is the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year for 2022-23 which he won on Thursday having scored 52 goals in all competitions last season for the Cityzens.
Elated Haaland said, “I feel good. I won the treble at the age of 22,” Haaland said after collecting the UEFA prize. “I’m kind of living the dream; this was my dream when I was young. To be able to do this together with my team-mates is something special.
“It gives me so much motivation to keep on working and to achieve more of these trophies. This season is about keeping my head clear. Even more eyes will be on me and my team after winning the Champions League.
“We have to be sharper and more prepared. I’m ready to try, I’m ready to do my best to have another great season.”