AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits he's already cooked.

The Swede is forced to play almost every game after Alexandre Pato and Pippo Inzaghi were ruled out by long-term injuries.

"I have played many games this season and now I feel tired, almost worn out," he said when accepting an award in Sweden.

"Seeing that at Milan there are two injured strikers, the situation is not very easy for me. I have to thank the Sweden Coach who allowed me to rest a little bit this week."

Andrea Pirlo is out of tonight's game with Fiorentina after a relapse of his right thigh problem, but Ronaldinho is included despite a late night on the town.

"I will carry on my playing career while I still have the hunger. Just look at Inzaghi... I don't know if after that I'll become a Coach or a television commentator," continued Ibrahimovic.

"I only know that I will get up at 8am and not know what to do with myself if I can't get on to the pitch. I hope that time is as far away as possible.

"In the meantime I'd like to win the Swedish Player of the Year award a few more times. I don't think about the Ballon d'Or any more, as that's a dream for young folk."

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