Erling Haaland took the Bundesliga by storm after making a €22 million move to Borussia Dortmund in the previous winter transfer window.
The talented Norwegian marked his arrival to the league with a hat-trick within just 20 minutes of coming on to help his new side complete a comeback against Augsburg.
The young marksman finished the Bundesliga campaign with a splendid statistic of 16 goals and six assists in 14 matches.
By the final day of the 2019/20 season, he had amassed 44 goals in just 40 matches for BVB and RB Salzburg combined.
Haaland, at such a young age, is already considered as one of the world’s best finishers, and he insists there is still a lot more to come from him as he isn’t content with his current performance levels.
“I have yet to become a much better footballer – that drives me on every day. As I said, my level has to get better, more clinical, more uncompromising,” said Haaland, speaking to Dortmund-based publication Ruhr Nachrichten.
“I watched all of my 44 goals from last season. I could easily have scored more than 50 goals. That shouldn’t sound arrogant, it’s just a good thing because it shows me that the potential is there.
“I’m not satisfied. I’ll try to work on different things and keep getting better.”
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