Barcelona forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has completed his move to Milan on an initial season-long loan.
Ibrahimovic passed his medical on Monday and will move to the San Siro until the end of the season.
Milan will have he option of making the deal permanent next summer for €24 million.
“I have come here to win,” Ibrahimovic said. “I am sure we will win. I will not leave this team until we have won. I believe we are the strongest team in Italy and one of the strongest in the world.
“Pato and Ronaldinho are fantastic. I hope to score more than 25 goals. The important thing is, nevertheless, to win.”
Ibrahimovic also responded to criticism levelled at him by former team-mate and current Inter captain Javier Zanetti, who inferred that the Swede was a selfish player.
“Inter are going down their own path, they don’t need to think about me,” Ibrahimovic told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “But until Ibrahimovic arrived, they hadn’t won anything.
“I expected something of this nature from Zanetti. [But] I would have spoken well of Ibrahimovic in his place.
“The train moves on. I spent three very beautiful years in Nerazzurro, but now I am only thinking about Milan, so I will play the derbies to win them all.
“In the next four years this team can win everything and I put myself at the service of my team-mates to get the maximum. The personal objectives come afterwards.
“We are among the strongest attacks in Europe with Ronaldinho and Pato. And don’t forget Borriello and Inzaghi.”