Golden State warriors superstar Stephen Curry is eager to leave a big mark in the coming years as he feels his time is now.

Curry, 29, is one of the most popular and looked after players in the NBA. The Warriors guard has lots of fans across the world due to his attractive shooting skills and good personality, which he showcases on and off the court. Curry, the two-time NBA MVP, is well aware that his reactions and behavior must be on point as many youngsters are trying to recreate his actions.

In an interview given to Complex, Curry suggested that a lot of the younger generation that watches basketball "don't remember seeing Michael Jordan play." He then claimed that those even younger "don't even know who Kobe is on the court."

"This is my time to do me and get the most out of the game that I can.

It goes with that off-the-court impression of being able to inspire kids to want to be like me when they grow up…That’s the goal for sure and there’s a huge opportunity to make that happen," Curry added.

The Warriors want more titles

Curry insists he and teammates are not settling only on two championships as they want to taste more success going forward. Golden State won it all for the first time in franchise history two years ago, before claiming their second championships this past season. The Warriors, who won a record of 73 regular season games in 2016, came close to winning the 2016 title as well. The Cleveland Cavaliers, led by LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, overturned a 3-1 series deficit to win their maiden championships.

"Championships are the goal. We want more. We want to continue to push more championships," Curry said.

The two-time NBA MVP also expressed his desire to become a better ''basketball player and person.''

Realistic expectations

Golden State has kept their monstrous core this offseason, which, exclept Curry, also includes All-Stars Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.

The defending champions are the main favorites to make it all the way next season. Moreover, the Warriors are likely to be a dominant force in the next couple of years as well.

The key to the Warriors' longevity will be keeping their superstars and stars. Proven NBA veteran Andre Iguodala took a pay cut this offseason to remain in the Bay Area.

It remains to be seen if the rest follow Iguodala's example when they hit free agency.

As for Curry, he has one year remaining on his contract. The 29-year-old is widely expected to sign a new contract with the Warriors stay with the team. Curry, the No. 7 pick in the 2009 draft, has spent his entire career in the Bay Area.