It appears the Manchester United striker does not miss much about his previous club, but he urged them to have patience in their quest for Champions League glory.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says the only thing he misses from Paris Saint-Germain is his last salary from the club.
The Swedish striker left the French giants at the end of last season when his contract expired, joining Manchester United ahead of the current campaign.
Over his four years with the capital club, Ibrahimovic won four Ligue 1 titles and set various records, including becoming their all-time top goalscorer and netting the French top flight’s fastest hat-trick.
But when asked about what he misses of Paris and PSG, Ibrahimovic did not take long to make a complaint.
“I miss my last salary from Paris,” he told SFR Sport. “That is what I miss.”
The 34-year-old was then queried on his thoughts on PSG’s prospects this season, about which he had some advice.
“The team is very strong, they bought some good players and the philosophy is the same – win everything and push for the Champions League.
“But if you could snap your fingers and win the Champions League, everyone would win it.
“That’s not the way it works. You need to work hard, take time and have patience, then things come by themselves.
“That’s another problem, and it’s not my problem. I have my own problems.”