Frederic Piquionne admits he may not be the most prolific striker, but believes he will get goals.
The Frenchman has recently completed a move from Lyon to West Ham, reacquainting him with Avram Grant.
The 31-year-old worked with the Israeli coach at Portsmouth last season, as he took in a season-long loan deal at Fratton Park.
He did enough during that spell to convince Grant that he is capable of competing in the Premier League after scoring 11 goals in all competitions.
Piquionne is now looking to better that return in 2010/11, despite admitting that he will never be a forward in the same mould as a Wayne Rooney or Fernando Torres.
"My best characteristics are I'm good in the air, I'm quick and I try to keep the ball," he said.
"I'm not the most prolific striker, like maybe Fernando Torres or Wayne Rooney, but I think I can score many goals.
"I know English football now and I can score more goals than ever before."