Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has rejected claims that he's an arrogant person.
The 34-year-old says there is nothing arrogant in believing in yourself and to be confident the moment you step onto the pitch.
He will lead the United offensive department this weekend when they face Bournemouth on Sunday.
"I'm a normal person," he told Sky Sports.
"People have the image of me that I'm a bad boy; I'm this and I'm that. People are curious: 'How is this Zlatan?'
"I'm a family guy. I'm taking care of my family but, when I step on the pitch, I'm a lion.
"That's the big difference. I don't believe I'm arrogant in the way that people think. I'm confident. I believe in myself. That's not being arrogant. That's something I believe is an individual strength in the human being.
"I have confidence and I believe in myself. I have a vision and I do everything. I work hard for it. I don't believe that's arrogant."