Nottingham Forest new-boy Jonathan Greening has targeted the Championship title.
The 32-year-old has signed a three-year deal at the City Ground after Fulham accepted a £600,000 fee.
Having fallen down the pecking order at Craven Cottage, Greening is now looking forward to the challenge at Forest, where he has been reunited with former Middlesbrough boss Steve McClaren.
Forest, then under the management of Billy Davies, lost in the Championship play-offs last season, but the midfielder has set his sights even higher after completing his summer move.
"I spoke to the manager and, with Forest being such a big club, he told me about the challenge ahead," Greening told Sky Sports News ahead of a pre-season trip to Germany.
"I am really looking forward to it. There is a good squad here and they are trying to add a few more players as well, I think.
"I thought the club was going places and has a real good shot at winning the Championship."