After winning the 2020/21 European Golden Shoe this week, Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski has now given a clear indication about his future amid links with a Bundesliga exit.
The former Dortmund forward's record-breaking 41 goals in 29 league matches ensured that he became the highest-scoring player in Europe last season, and the star has now claimed that his exploits are beyond any doubt.
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He also has poured cold water on reports that he could be leaving the German topflight at the end of the season to seek a new challenge elsewhere.
"I don't have to prove myself in another league," said Lewandowski, according to Goal. "I can compete with the best from other leagues in the Champions League.
"I am 100 percent focused on Bayern Munich, I don't think about anything else but my team. I am still here - and I will be here for a long time!
"Age, these are just numbers. I feel very good, I have the best stats I've ever had. I know that with my body I can play at the top level for years to come. I'm like a good wine and I hope to get even better."
The 33-year-old talisman has already scored seven league goals in five matches this season so far.
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