Clint Hill is looking forward to the challenge ahead after being reunited with former boss Neil Warnock at Queens Park Rangers.
As revealed by skysports.com last month Hill has agreed to link up again with former Palace boss Warnock at QPR.
The 31-year-old defender has switched to Loftus Road from Crystal Palace on a free transfer, signing a two-year deal with the Hoops.
He is relishing the prospect of working with Warnock once more following the end of his contract with the Eagles and he is expecting exciting times with the Hoops.
Hill told the club's official website: "Neil played a massive role in my decision to move to QPR, he's such an infectious character.
"I've worked with him for a few years at Palace and to be honest he was probably the only manager who could tempt me to stay down south.
"I'm expecting big things next season. The top-six has to be the aim. I'm confident we'll be there or thereabouts.
"I think it's about time the club pushed on - a club like QPR should be aiming for the Premier League.
"There's a first class set-up here in terms of the infrastructure and it's up to the players to push on to the next level now."