Zlatan Ibrahimovic is happy to no longer carry the burden in attack for Paris Saint-Germain.
The imposing Sweden striker notched more than 30 goals for PSG last season, the most prolific of his career. But so far this term he has managed only two in 10 games ahead of Wednesday's Champions League Group C match against Benfica.
Rather than being worried, the 31-year-old thinks it's a "positive thing" because it shows PSG no longer relies just on him.
Under former coach Carlo Ancelotti, the team revolved around Ibrahimovic. But since taking charge, new coach Laurent Blanc has changed the system to accommodate striker Edinson Cavani, who joined this summer after three prolific seasons with Napoli.
Midfielder Thiago Motta and even 19-year-old center half Marquinhos have also been chipping in with goals.