Daryl Murphy has outlined his intent to become new club Celtic's first-choice striker.
The 27-year-old sealed his switch to the Hoops from Sunderland on Friday, inking a three-year deal with the SPL outfit.
And Murphy has already set his sights on being a key member of manager Neil Lennon's starting XI.
"We want to win, that's the main objective here," he said.
"I also want to stake a claim to be first choice striker, that's my first aim.
"It's going to be hard because there are some good strikers here but that's the first thing I need to do, make sure the manager wants me to be his number one.
"That's what I've come here to hopefully achieve. I just want to get into the team as quickly as possible.
"It's going to be hard work but I think if I put in the work and the effort - which I will do - hopefully I can start every game and play a big part in winning the title.
"I've been used as a left-midfielder quite a lot in my career, which is not my position, it's a centre-forward.
"I know, if given the chance to play as a striker and a run of games, I can score goals, especially in a team like Celtic who will be attacking a lot."