Paris Saint Germain ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes they have sent out a warning to the rest of Europe with their impressive Champions League win over Dynamo Kiev.
Big-spending got their European campaign off to a flying start with a 4-1 win over Kiev in the Group A opener at the Parc Des Princes.
Ibrahimovic was delighted to see the side take three points from their opening games and is targeting qualification to the knockout stages.
"It is a fantastic start. The match seemed easy but it was not," said Ibrahimovic.
"We have got trust for the next match (in Porto).
"It is a good message sent to Le Championnat in France and the rest of Europe. We have to think to qualification for the next round, it is our objective, being first or second.
"Anyway that victory won't make us lose our minds."
Ibrahimovic set PSG on their way with the opening goal from the penalty spot to make six goals in six games since his high-profile arrival from AC Milan and the Swede insists he has yet to find his best form.
"I have not reached my best level yet," added Ibrahimovic. "My foot injury slowed down my improvement, but match after match I can feel it will be better and better."