Zlatan Ibrahimovic was in typical charismatic form as he appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to talk about giving the gift of himself to LA, his 2018 World Cup plans, and life in Los Angeles since his arrival from Manchester United.

Fresh from scoring a brace on his LA Galaxy debut over rivals LAFC, Zlatan took to the studio sofa with as much confidence and loveable arrogance as he does when he steps over the white lines of a football pitch, much to the amusement of the his host and audience.

It truly is a skill to have that much confidence and self-assurance, yet be universally loved for it. Ibrahimovic was questioned about his double page spread in the LA Times which simply said 'You're Welcome' to the people of Los Angeles. The Swedish striker also told Kimmel how he's going to make his LA Galaxy teammates stars, and that he put Sweden on the map.

You didn't expect anything less did you? Something tells us he's going to fit in well in LA.