Philippe Senderos is hoping to prove his worth to Fulham next season after overcoming his injury problems.
The Swiss centre-half made just four appearances during his debut campaign at Craven Cottage last season.
A succession of niggling knocks kept him sidelined for long periods and prevented him from staking a claim for a regular first-team berth.
He is, however, back to full fitness and looking to make up for lost time in 2011/12.
An international outing against England in a recent Euro 2012 qualifier gave him an opportunity to impress new Fulham boss Martin Jol and the 26-year-old believes there is plenty more to come from him in the months ahead.
"Playing for Switzerland was a great end to what was a tough season for me where I had no chance to show Fulham fans what I can do," Senderos told the Fulham & Hammersmith Chronicle.
"To come back after the injury and end the campaign on a high note has left me with a great feeling going into the new season."
He added: "The most important thing for me next season is just to stay fit and to stay on form after the frustrating year I've had.
"There's a lot to look forward to and I can't wait to start playing in Europe again.
"I think as a club we should aim to do at least as well as last season. There's no reason to limit our ambitions."