Zitat des Tages von Riyad Mahrez:
Sometimes you see me on the pitch, and you think I'm playing on the street.
My father was a big influence. He kept telling me to pursue football, always. He always encouraged me and my brother.
We were definitely not rich, but we were not poor. My mum always came home from work and did everything so that we ate well.
For every footballer, to finish in the top ten of the Ballon d'Or is a dream.
To sum it up, I would say that the Premier League is football's NBA.
I want to play Champions League every year; I want to be at a big club and win trophies. That's my target.
At the end of your career, what you will keep in your head is the memory of winning trophies - Premier League, Champions League. Those are the only things you remember.
It's difficult to have the Africa Cup of Nations during the season because you focus on the league, and then you go to Africa, then straightaway you come back and have to refocus in the league.
When you go through a moment, and you are down and losing your head, it gives you a lot of experience.
Football is a game. So you need to enjoy your football.
The picture of me as a child is that I was always with a ball - that's why I was so skinny: I would miss dinner. Mum would have to leave me some food in the microwave.
My father pushed me to be a footballer. At every opportunity, he took me with him to play football. He came with me to matches.
It's difficult in the Premier League.
My early memories of my dad were taking me to play football when I was six - they are happy ones. They are my favourites.
Maybe I am an inspiration for some players. Some young players. But I don't like to speak about myself.
It drove me crazy, Scotland. It was cold. It was abuse. It was snowing and everything. I was so cold that one day I faked an injury to go to the locker room.
When I went to Le Havre, I wasn't physically ready. I was skinny and not strong enough to play in a tough league. They told me to go back to the second team. I was very disappointed, but maybe that helped me to be the way I am now.
In life, that is how you advance - by pushing the limits.
When people mention me and Messi together, it's amazing because, to me, Messi is the best of the best. You can't say anything to him; he's the boss.
I was born with this talent, so I've just worked hard, and now it's gone well for me. But I'm not going to lie - I didn't expect to be top of the Premier League.
Jamie Vardy and myself, we have fun during matches.
I don't want to return to France; France doesn't tempt me at all. I like England.
Playing in the Premier League, in front of such crowds and on such perfect pitches, is amazing. I am so lucky.