Victor Wanyama believes he can realise his dreams at Southampton and hopes to show that he can make an impact in the Premier League.
Wanyama joined Saints earlier in the summer in a big-money deal after making his name at Celtic as a tough-tackling midfielder.
The 22-year-old feels he has already shown there is more to his game than steel but he is relishing the challenge of trying to impress in English football.
"I like a physical challenge," he told the Daily Mail. 'But every week the Premier League will throw me a new challenge and that is to get better.
"It is the most competitive league and I'm excited about what I am getting into. I want to show I can make a big impact but not just by being physical.
"I think that by competing for Celtic in Europe against teams such as Barcelona, Benfica and Juventus I have shown there's more to my game than that."
Wanyama insists coming to Southampton was a good career move and he believes he can go from strength to strength under Mauricio Pochettino.
"He has been great," said the Kenyan. "I have only been here a short time but already he has taught me a lot. He is a good motivator but knows when to pick out details that can change your game.
"It's nice here. My motto is always to do better and if I didn't think I could achieve that I wouldn't have come. I have belief that I can realise dreams here."