Dundee United loanee Lauri Dalla Valle is aiming to impress during his time in the SPL in order to win a starting place at Fulham.
The former Liverpool man has joined the Tangerines on a six-month loan as he seeks to gain invaluable first-team experience.
Dalla Valla has been impressed by what seen of Scottish football so far and believes the style of play will suit his game.
The 19-year-old believes that if he can shine in Scotland then he could be given a chance by manager Martin Jol when he returns to Fulham.
"I know that if I am to become a regular in the Fulham side, it will depend a lot on how I progress during this loan," said Dalla Valle.
"Martin Jol will be keeping tabs on me and I would like to do really well here.
"There is the possibility that I could then go back and feature for Fulham, which would be fantastic.
"It's a massive incentive for me and, as targets go, I am setting my aims high. I want to make a big impact during my time at United.
"My first impression of Scottish football is good - am I am positively surprised how good.
"It is very fast and you have to move the ball quickly so I think playing that kind of football will be good for me."