Paul Pogba wants to Surpass the achievements of Frank Lampard

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba claims that he wants to surpass the achievements of Frank Lampard.

The Frenchman is regarded as one of the finest young box-to-box midfielders in world football. Meanwhile, Lampard may be at the tail end of his career playing in the MLS, but he is regarded as one of the finest midfielders of his generation in the Premier league. Few can come close to the achievements of Lampard when it comes to score goals and winning trophies. He may not have the reputation of players like Steven Gerrard, but the former Chelsea midfielder remains a bankable star.

Pogba has already won for league titles in the Italian Serie A, but the 23-year-old claims that he is hungry for more. The Frenchman claimed that he has no motivation for money and it is his motivation for trophies that is growing ever more. His comments are likely to hint that he may stay at Juventus for a couple of seasons, although the latest Online wetten suggests that the bookies think a move is on. Pogba has been linked with a move to some of the richest clubs in the world like Real Madrid and Manchester City. Pogba is focusing on his immediate future with the Coppa Italia final coming up and, more importantly, the Euro 2016 around the corner.

Pogba will go into the tournament as one of the players to watch.“I've only won four Scudetti. They're not enough for me. I've always been like this, people called me crazy but I want to make history and become the strongest midfielder ever.I'd like to surpass [Frank] Lampard. I want to be the midfielder who can do everything, and at the highest levels. Shooting, dribbling, scoring, defending. I want to be like Lampard, but better. As for money, I know it comes and goes. I'd be lying if I said it makes no difference not having it, but I see it as a consequence of hard work,” said Pogba.