The way to becoming an iconic player is to get a jersey.
And in Italy, that is exactly what Alessandro Nesta, the former Fiorentina striker, is aiming to do with a new shirt.
The 27-year-old scored a hat-trick for the Nerazzurri in a 1-0 win over Genoa in the Amalfi Coast Cup on Saturday.
Nesta also made it to the semi-finals of the Champions League last season.
“I like to make myself known and I enjoy my football,” Nesta said after the match.
“It is a pleasure to be part of this competition.
It gives me motivation.
I hope that this will help me achieve more goals.”
The Italian club, which is known for its unique brand of football, has won three European Championships in the past five seasons.
Nessa’s move from Fiorence to Milan came as a shock to the Italian media, but the striker has said he has always wanted to play in Europe.
“This was a dream of mine for a long time,” he said.
“I had been dreaming of going to Europe and playing for a big club, but this dream came true.”
Nesta scored two goals in Serie A’s 1-1 draw with Juventus in January, and scored the winning goal in a 3-2 win at Bologna in May.
Nestas Juventus career The 26-year of age is the first player in Serie C history to score a hat trick for the Italian club.
The goal came in the first minute of the second half against Genoa.
Nastasi Mihajlovic scored a brace against Udinese in October and also scored in the Champions Cup final last season, and he is in his second season at Milan.
In January, Nesta helped the Nerazurri to the title by scoring the opening goal of a 1.
FC Basel win.
He is currently fourth in Serie B and has scored five goals.
Naste, the player who won the Champions league in 2005, is a four-time Italian League winner and is one of the most capped players in the history of the competition.
He has scored 15 goals in 76 appearances for the club, and the club won the league last season after defeating Juventus in the quarter-finals.