Besiktas forward Kevin Prince Boateng says he wants to leave a good legacy for his children after several years of being labelled as a bad boy.
The 33-year old's reputation growing up as a football was always in question, however Boateng says he wants his children to google him one day and be proud of him.
"I didn't always have the thought. That developed with age, you have to take on more responsibility. Soccer, fans, scoring goals - that's nice, I love that. But I want to leave something where my children say: "Look, that's what my dad did. Papa won the Frankfurt Cup, which nobody expected," he told Sport 1.
"Not, because he is the best player, because he had the best team, but because he and his teammates had hearts. " You can always outgrow yourself. I want my children to read such positive things about me," he added.
Boateng is currently on the books of Besiktas, on loan from Italian side Fiorentina.