New signing Danny Wilson is relishing the challenge ahead of him at Liverpool after signing from Rangers.
The 18-year-old centre-back joined last week for an initial fee of £2million in a deal which could rise to £5million.
He is not setting any targets for himself but has been pleased with the welcome he has received.
The challenge for Wilson now is to force his way into Roy Hodgson's side and he is ready to work as hard as he can.
"Since I have come to the club everyone has been so positive with me," he said.
"It is exciting for me to come to a club this size and now I just want to get on with it.
"I just want to do the best I can. I have not set myself targets as a player.
"If I'm selected for games then great but if not then I'll work a bit harder. Other than that I am just looking to get a good start."
Wilson also earned high praise from Hodgson, who felt the club had signed a player destined for a great future.
"In Danny I think we have acquired the services of one of the brightest prospects in Scottish football," said the 62-year-old.
Milan Jovanovic has also arrived at Liverpool this summer and the Serbian hopes to take his game to the next level.
"This is a big step in my career," said Jovanovic, who moved from Standard Liege on a free transfer.
"I cannot explain all my feelings but I am looking to the future and I will try to bring something to Liverpool."