Zlatan has received questions from his fans the past few days and here are the answers.
Q. Lars Brummans:
"When Sweden U21 qualifies for the semi finals in the European Championship. Do you consider to go with them to the Olympic Games in 2016?"
Zlatan: "I think it will be difficult."
Q. Tom Ågren:
"What do you keep in the little bag you carry when you walk from the players bus to the dressing room? You always see it on tv, you carry a small bag."
Zlatan: "It's my toiletry bag."
Q. Christer Kuylenstjerna:
"What is your best football memory? If you only can choose one."
Zlatan: "Hard to say – I have many fantastic memories."
Q. Christopher von Oxhed:
"Who makes the best home cooked meal. Zlatan or Helena? What dish?"
Zlatan: "Helena, secret."
Q. Celine Fontenille:
"In everyday life, what can make you really pissed off?"
Zlatan: "Disrespectful people."
Q. Pinar Kaya:
"If you could change something in your life, like old choices, what would it be?"
Zlatan: "Nothing, every choice was meant to be done."
Q. Phillip Georg Præstholm Riewerts:
"I am 13 years old from Denmark, you're my hero! If you should give a good idea to young players, what should it be?"
Zlatan: "Have fun and enjoy the game."
Q. Mason Bernard:
"As a kid what team did you strive to play for?"
Zlatan: "As a kid you wanna play for many teams but I didn't really have a specific team."
Q. Jakob Wallin:
"You are my idol and one of the world's best football players. But if you play a bad match and everyone writes about it in the papers and on social media, what do you do to go on to the next match and make it better?"
Zlatan: "Take in all the energy from it and bring it out in the next match."
Q. Behar Bllaca:
"This question is from my 5 year old son. How much can you juggle the ball to? And how do you become as good as Zlatan?"
Zlatan: "Juggling, then it's a question of how long. Believe in yourself."
Source: Zlatan Unplugged.