Van Persie wants to kick on with more and more trophies.
Robin Van Persie enjoyed a pretty impressive first season at Manchester United when the striker won his debut Premier League title following a £24m switch from Arsenal.
However, whilst the Dutchman is obviously pleased with that success, tasting league victory has only made the 29-year-old hungrier to win more silverware at Old Trafford.
“I still have more years left and it’s not like I’m saying, ‘Yes, we won the league so that’s me done’. I want more now. It makes me hungrier,” the forward was quoted in the Sun.
“I was hungry last year but now I’m more hungry. We have a great bunch of players so we can win more and do better.
“Last season we won the league and that was great but this time we want to win the league and more as well.”
Van Persie certainly raised a few eyebrows when the attacker left the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2012 for United, but has since justified the decision with 30 goals at the club and the league title.
Whilst it was disappointing for Gunners fans to see their best player leave the club, few can begrudge the Netherlands international of wanting to win more – although the north London contingent would have perhaps preferred it not to have been at rivals United.
Van Persie will line-up for the Red Devils under the guidance of new manager David Moyes this season, with much anticipation about how the Scot will fare taking over from legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Although with the 50-year-old having last season’s top-scorer, who has now confessed to wanting more trophies, the task to succeed is made somewhat easier.