Martin Braithwaite has outlined his ambitions with Barcelona.
The former Leganes winger joined Barcelona in February after the Catalan giants requested La Liga to break the transfer window period to sign an emergency player.
Braithwaite has now joined the giants and he is planning a long stay – longer than his contract which runs till 2024.
“I am sure I am going to stay even more than four and a half years. That’s how I see it in my head,” Braithwaite told ESPN.
“Right now, I just want to go and play and enjoy and win titles with this team because that’s what I am here to do.”
“For me, at Barcelona, I am looking at all these legendary players that played here, and all the periods where they had some of the best teams, and for me one of the goals is to be able to say I played in one of the best Barca teams in a generation,” Braithwaite said.
“I want people to be able to look back at the team I played in and say, ‘Yeah, that was one of the best teams there have been in Barca’s history’. That’s a huge motivation for me and it comes with a lot of hard work, but I am willing to put in the work. I am just excited.”