Robinho is confident Manchester City can attract the world's best players to Eastlands.
The winger has already urged AC Milan star Kaka to join him at City and he declared: "I have great ambitions for the team and myself. I want to be the best player in the world and for City to be one of the best teams.
"The rest of the players and myself admire the ambitions of the owners of this club.
"We all want to strive to make it one of the best in the world. I like the way the game is played here. You still get great goals and great movement.
"It is a physical game here in England but I can cope with it.
"I am adapting well to life here. I get on well with my team-mates, they are good players, and I am learning the language.
"Being here will improve my game. I am constantly working at my game. You cannot afford to stand still.
"Everything needs to improve, shooting with both feet and scoring with my head! My inspiration is just looking at the ball. It is all I need.
"I am in a very good phase and hope this will continue. The best form of my career? Maybe.
"I also think more of the top players will come to England. The Premier League is more physical, but more beautiful and we still get great goals and have great moments."