Celtic's Ki Sung-yueng is hoping to cap a 'perfect' season by helping the club win the SPL title.
The 22-year-old bolstered his trophy collection this week by winning the Korean footballer of the year award.
The South Korea was honoured to claim the prize and is delighted to have received recognition back home.
Ki is now hoping to keep the silverware coming by helping end Gers' three-year reign as Scottish champions.
"Winning the award was an honour for me as I try to improve," said Ki.
"People in Korea know I am getting better and better so I am quite happy.
"There is a good atmosphere at this club and the gaffer and coaches try to improve me.
"My aim is to win the league and if I do it will be a perfect season for me."
Ki admits the travelling since he signed for the Parkhead club in 2009 from FC Seoul has at times taken its toll.
He added: "It is not easy for me and all the other players from Asia.
"But to represent my country and my club is a big honour, so even though I am very tired, I don't care.
"I have been here for two years and I can adapt to this environment.
"I was tired and sick in November but now I am getting back to my best and I am quite satisfied with my performances at the moment."