Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is confident he can take the Premier League by storm.
The 23-year-old has been a prolific goalscorer in the Championship over the past two seasons and is now looking forward to playing at the highest level.
He accepts that it will be difficult to enjoy the same level of success but he feels he is capable of making an impact.
"I've never played in this league but I expect to learn pretty quickly," he told The Independent.
"I will go in wide-eyed but confident. I don't think I need to make drastic changes to my game.
"In and around the box is where I pride myself. I can hold the ball up, mix it in the air, and I'm predatory.
"I know I won't get as many goalscoring opportunities this year, but I didn't need a lot of chances to score last year."
Ebanks-Blake will attract more attention if he can establish himself as a Premier League star but he insists he is focused on trying to score goals for Wolves.
He explained: "My ambition is to be the best I can be, and the only way I can do that is to perform well for Wolves.
"I want to help this club be successful and if I do that there will be opportunities for bigger, better things."
Ebanks-Blake maintains that he has not given any thought to breaking into the England team ahead of next summer's World Cup.
"Not at all. I haven't even kicked a ball in the Premier League yet," he stressed.
"If I score 10 goals in the first 15 games then I've every chance, but I'm not one to get ahead of myself."