Ishmael Miller is hoping a move to Nottingham Forest will allow him to recapture his best form and get back among the goals.
The former Manchester City and West Brom forward completed a switch to the City Ground on Monday, penning a three-year deal.
He is determined to hit the ground running with his new employers and prove that he has put his previous injury troubles behind him.
The 24-year-old could be handed an immediate debut when Forest go to Doncaster on Tuesday and he admits he will be looking to catch the eye from the off.
Miller told the club's official website: "I have got a point to prove.
"When I've played I think I've done well but I've had a few injury problems over the last few years and people tend to forget about you.
"I need to go out there and show what I can do.
"I know I've got the ability to play at the top level and I've come to Nottingham Forest to show people what I can do."
Miller, who has cost Forest an initial £1.2million, is also looking forward to working with new boss Steve McClaren.
He added: "I'm really excited to be a Forest player and I'm relishing the new challenge at this stage of my career.
"Forest is a huge club with a wonderful history and great fan base and it's nice to be here.
"I missed a couple of days training while my move to Forest was going through, but I feel fit and ready to play."