Celtic's newest signing Rabiu Ibrahim insists the best is yet to come after making his debut in a behind-closed-doors friendly with Leeds.
Ibrahim was a free agent after leaving PSV Eindhoven and the 20-year-old made a big impression on Neil Lennon, who decided to offer him a deal after seeing him play for an hour while on trial.
The youngster was flattered by Lennon's kind words and he has revealed he will continue to improve as he settles into life in Glasgow.
"I was very happy and I feel flattered for him to say that about me," commented Ibrahim.
"I treated it as a normal game, I played the way I am supposed to play. It wasn't my best, my best is yet to come.
"I found it easier because of the players, they are very good players who know what to do."
Ibrahim could now make his Celtic debut in Sunday's Scottish Communities League Cup clash against Falkirk.
However, the new signing knows he will need to work hard to break into Lennon's starting XI.
"He has the final say but of course I am ready, that's why I am here," he continued.
"I will work very hard for me and for the team. It depends on the coach.
"We haven't discussed that yet but the gaffer has been encouraging me in training and has made me feel at home.
"You always want to aim for the highest and to be the best player.
"My immediate goal is to play for Celtic and work hard for the team and try to win trophies, starting with the league this season."