Robert Lewandowski, a striker for Barcelona, has set a goal for next season.
After stating his decision to leave Bayern Munich, Lewandowski joined Barcelona at the start of the 2022/23 season.
With 22 goals this season, the Polish international presently leads the La Liga scoring rankings.
With a five-goal lead against 2022 champion Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema, the 34-year-old is in an excellent position to win the Pichichi Trophy in the remaining weeks of the season.
His goals have guided Barcelona to their first La Liga championship since 2019.
However, Lewandowski hopes to build on his success in the coming months.
“More than 30 goals in my first season?” he says. “I would have signed for that at the start of the campaign,” Lewandowski stated, according to Marca.
“It was difficult at first because, with the World Cup approaching, it was not a typical pre-season.” “I am confident that I will perform better in the second season.”
This season, Lewandowski has scored 32 goals in all competitions for Barcelona.