has a long way to go before he can truly become world class, head-coach Leonardo Jardim has said.

The teenager has become one of the most sought after forward in Europe ever-since he broke through the first-team at Monaco.Kylian Mbappe Has A Long Way To Go Before He Can Be Called World Class

The 18-year-old has been sensational this season, having scored 19 goals and provided 11 assists in all competition this season.

The Frenchamn has been linked with a move to , , and – but he has insisted that he is not ready to move to a top club just yet.

Jardim also feels the same – although he did praise the striker, saying that he is impressed with how he has dealt with acclaim and fame.

Kylian Mbappe Has A Long Way To Go Before He Can Be Called World Class
Leonardo Jardim

“We worked on it [the impact of the media with Mbappe] because Kylian started to play with us four, five months ago, and we’re still supporting him, because he’s still an 18-year-old kid,” Jardim said.

“But he’s quite mature, I’ve watched him talk to the media. He’s very calm, he understands very well what he needs to do.”Kylian Mbappe Has A Long Way To Go Before He Can Be Called World Class

“He needs to keep improving and keep his high level.”

Monaco are on-course to ending Paris Saint Germain’s five-year reign as Ligue 1 champions – as they lead the league with a three point advantage over PSG.