Nigerian international Asisat Oshoala hopes to win more trophies with Barcelona Ladies following Sunday’s Spanish Copa de la Reina win against Levante.
Barcelona edged out Levante 4-2 to secure a historic treble after winning the European Women’s Champions League title and Spanish League crown.
And Oshoala isn’t resting on her laurels, insisting the Catalans success this season has made her eager to win more silverware.
“Once is a nice achievement, but it has given me and my teammates a taste of success and we want more of that,” the 26-year-old told BBC Sport.
“You can never limit yourself when you go out there to play professionally, especially outside of the continent because you carry more than your nation on your shoulder.
“To achieve this with Barcelona has shown that we can win a major trophy as a team and as part of this great club, the desire is keep raising the African flag by making more history.”
Two years after becoming the first player from the continent to appear and also score in the final, Oshoala became the first African winner of the European Women’s Champions League two weeks ago.
The Champions League title is just the latest honour in her career as she becomes the continent’s most decorated female footballer in history.
“The hope is for whatever I do to open doors for other Africans because we have talented players in Africa,” she added.
“It’s very important to continue to not only represent my country well but the beautiful continent of Africa very well, too.”