Griezmann wants to continue improving at Barca.
Antoine Griezmann has revealed he is eager to "write history" at Barcelona.
The Les Bleus star, who sealed a move from Atletico Madrid to the Camp Nou last summer, scoring seven goals in his last 11 appearances in all competitions, hopes to 'improve both in goals and assists'.
Griezmann man has been playing as the main striker since Luis Suarez has been sidelined with injury.
"It's a pride thing, I'm very happy to be at Barcelona. My father is very happy to see his son playing at Barcelona," he told DAZN.
“I want to write the history of this club. I have to work to do it, I have to work to be important for this club.
"I hope to improve both in goals and assists. I'm adapting, trying to learn as much about the tactics as possible.
“I feel very good, physically and mentally. I really want to work. I really want to improve.”
Griezmann also admitted that he is enjoying playing alongside Lionel Messi.
“Leo is the strongest player in the world and it's nice to share the pitch with him," the 28-year-old added.
“I try to understand his movements and move well when he has the ball to have a better connection.
"The fans, Cholo Simeone, team-mates, it was a beautiful experience, at the moment the best of my career.
“Now I'm at Barcelona, the best club in the world. It's a new challenge, game and a new style, that's why I'm settling in little by little.
“I think we have to compete in all competitions, try to win everything.”