Reigning NBA season MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo said he doesn't want to hear about the MVP again and believes his brother older Thanasis Antetokounmpo will be Milwaukee Bucks fan favorite.

Last season was Antetokounmpo's best thus far, as the "Greek Freak" won the MVP award and also managed to lead the Bucks to Eastern Conference Finals. However, Antetokounmpo seems to be "so done" with MVP talks even at this early stage of his career.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Rachel Nichols, Antetokounmpo addressed some of the most intriguing issues of his NBA career. The Milwaukee Bucks superstar was simply asked about his thoughts about his most recent achievement as a player and unexpectedly, Antetokounmpo divulged that the MVP honor is a great accomplishment, but he doesn't want to hear about it ever in his life as it is already part of the past.

"I'm really happy about it I'm not gonna lie," Antetokounmpo admitted. "But I don't want to hear it again ever in my life, It's a great accomplishment, it's a great honor but you know, thats its in the past now."

Surprised by Antetokounmpo's answer, Nichols asked the international NBA MVP why and if he knows that he can win it again. Antetokounmpo then proudly replied yes, he does.

"I can win again. I know that," Antetokounmpo noted.

According to Antetokounmpo, even if he already has an MVP across his name, he doesn't want to relax and opts to achieve more in the future.

With a lot of huge changes happened in the NBA this offseason, Antetokounmpo also shared his thoughts about stars who switched teams and how it will affect the league next season.

"I think the league is more balanced now," Antetokounmpo said.

Antetokounmpo was also excited about next season as the league, according to him, has "more championship contenders now."

Speaking of championship, Antetokounmpo continued by addressing the future of his current team Milwaukee Bucks.

"Definitely will be a fun year and hopefully we can learn from our mistakes that we did last year, and get better as a tea. And if we Do that, we got a really really good chance to go to the finals or even win a championship," Antetokounmpo noted.

The Bucks just signed Giannis' older brother Thanasis and the reigning MVP had firmly addressed it as well.

"He's definitely gonna be a fan favorite," Antetokounmpo emphasized.

Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks reacts to a foul called against him during the game against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on December 21, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images