Everton's new striker Jermaine Beckford is not setting himself any targets ahead of his debut Premier League campaign.
The former non-league striker has been scoring goals for fun at Leeds in recent seasons, including 31 goals for The Whites last term.
Beckford secured a free transfer move to Goodison Park this summer and the 26-year-old knows there is still a lot to develop in his game.
The pacey striker is eager to win a spot in David Moyes' first-team and accepts that will not be an overnight task.
"It is a club I feel I can learn a lot from and I hope I will be able to bring something different to the team," said Beckford.
"I'm not setting any real targets at the moment, I'm just looking forward to trying to establish myself here."
Beckford has played at Goodison Park before and is looking forward to playing week-in, week-out in front of his new home fans.
"Goodison is amazing. I've been there once a couple of years ago for a game and the atmosphere was special. I can't wait to play there," he continued.
"I am looking forward to every single game but all the boys have been saying that the derbies are special.
"I am looking forward to hopefully playing and sampling the atmosphere because I've heard it's electric."