West Ham new boy Matt Taylor has set his sights on winning promotion back to the Premier League after sealing his move to Upton Park.
As revealed by skysports.com earlier on Saturday, Taylor has signed a four-year deal at West Ham after Bolton accepted an offer for the versatile performer.
The 29-year-old, who is Sam Allardyce's third signing of the summer, is delighted to be joining West Ham and is determined to do his best in helping the club regain their Premier League status following relegation last term.
"This is a great opportunity to come and play for a fantastic football club," Taylor told the club's official website. "This is a big club with a lot of heritage. It is a new challenge for me and obviously I want to be part of something special and, from the outset, it looks like I will find that here.
"As I said, ultimately it is a huge football club and I want to play my part if I can. There were never any second thoughts about coming here.
"It is a big challenge for me which I am looking forward to, to be part of helping the team get back up to the Premier League and do that as soon as possible.
"I see this as a very positive move for me. I don't expect to be playing Championship football for more than one season if I am being totally honest.
"I just want to get stuck in and start playing. I think it is going to be a great season."