Alexander Levy says he is not willing to take any Ryder Cup place for granted despite winning the Trophee Hassan II last week.
Levy’s fifth European Tour title has seen him move inside the top-10 of the Ryder Cup qualification standings and at present the Frenchman is on course for a place in Thomas Bjorn’s team.
Despite his recent success, Levy is keeping his feet on the ground and is not getting too carried away as he gets set for the China Open this week.
“Nothing has changed with regard to the Ryder Cup,” he said. “I’m the same person, same thinking. I want to do the same things, just enjoy my life, play golf and we will see what happens.
“To say the Ryder Cup is my goal, of course it is because everyone dreams about this, but for me we have so many good players in Europe.
“Right now, I need to improve my game to be on this team and I just have to think of my own game and not think too much about the Ryder Cup. I just want to play my best.”