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Tom Brady is ready for his “biggest challenge yet” in the NFL.

The 44-year-old quarterback announced in February that he was ending his NFL career after 22 seasons, but after having had time to reflect, he decided a few weeks later to sign up for another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and he feels “inspired”. “for the coming season.

He said: “Two months ago I didn’t feel like I was here, but I feel motivated.

“I feel inspired to go out there and do my best this year, and I’m going to give my teammates everything I have, like I always have.

“They know that once I say yes, there’s no turning back, and I have to have all the mental toughness I need to be with them until the end of the season, and I’m delighted it will be my biggest challenge yet.”

Tom’s goal is to win the Super Bowl again.

He explained to People magazine his motivations: “I think it’s just wanting to reach the ultimate goal and pursue it, win a Super Bowl. And that’s something that motivates me every day. And I have a very good group of teammates and coaches to do that.”

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“I want to go out there and have my best year yet.

“It takes a lot of time, focus and energy, like everything, every detail counts. Everything is important. There is no compromise to get the result we want. And it takes everyone’s effort 100% to achieve our goal.”

The sportsman knows that his career is close to “the end” but he wants to come out on top.

He said: “I know I’m at the end. But I put myself in this position and I want to finish strong and at the highest level.”

This article was originally published on famoustainment.com.