LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 18: Emmanuel Adebayor of Spurs reacts during the Barclays Premier Leauge match between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland at White Hart Lane on December 18, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Adebayor Dreams Title and Golden Boot Award ahead of Ronaldo

Emmnanuel Adebayor admits he is desperate to beat Cristiano Ronaldo to the Golden Boot award this season and make it a dream double.

Adebayor has had a sensational campaign for Arsenal, netting 19 times in the Premier League, but is two goals behind the United winger. Scroll down for more {1} {R} He would love to finish top to repay the faith which Thierry Henry showed in him at the start of the season and for Arsenal to win the title.

Adebayor said: “As a footballer you have to have a lot of ambition. The boss says you have to take it and you cannot wait for tomorrow. Don’t wait for next season or two years time because you never know what is going to happen. At the moment I am having a good race with Ronaldo for the Golden Boot.

“I am a striker and cannot let myself be dominated by one midfielder. He is a great player and a fantastic footballer. But I just want to prove that I can score more goals and if I can win the Golden Boot and the title there will be nothing better for me. “When Thierry signed for Barcelona he told me I would score more than 30 goals. If I can get to 30 it will be for Thierry because he believed that I could do it.”

Adebayor says he has been taken aback by the support the Arsenal fans have shown towards him and is determined to win the title for them and end four-years of disappointment.

Adebayor, speaking on Arsenal TV, added: “It is nice to play in a team when the fans have so much confidence in me. It is special when they sing my name. It gives you more motivation. “We are working hard to win the title. It would be a dream come true for me if we can achieve that with this team. We also want to do it for the fans because they have been waiting for the title since 2004.”

Source: Daily Mail UK