Sevilla striker Wissam Ben Yedder ‘wants to make history with the club’ and believes he can continue to improve his goal output with the club.
The Frenchman has already netted 10 goals this season for Los Rojiblancos – six of which came in a three-game spell at the end of September, including scoring against Real Madrid.
“I see the name of the legends of this club and what they have done for Sevilla,” Ben Yedder told an interview with Marca.
“I do not compare myself to them and I focus on my own work; I am focused on scoring and I work hard in training to be able to do well when I get the opportunity.
“I liked Kanouté because he was a great scorer and Luis Fabiano too…there are many Sevilla players that I like. Kanouté defined a period of history.
“They are references at this club, like Jesus Navas, who has played so many games. When I see him I know that I also want to make history at Sevilla.
“I know I can continue to improve, to do more and if people who question me actually listen to me and watch me, they know I am always demanding more of myself.
“I always want to improve myself and score more goals.”