West Ham striker Victor Obinna is looking to get on the goal trail after admitting he feels settled at the club.
The 23-year-old forward moved to Upton Park on a season-long loan from Inter Milan in August and has scored one goal in six appearances for so far.
Obinna has competition for a place up front with Frederic Piquionne, Carlton Cole and Benni McCarthy all vying for starting roles.
Nigerian Obinna has revealed he is loving life in the Premier League, but now wants to show what he is really about.
"I'm settled now and I'm enjoying myself," he told the club's official website.
"This is the kind of football I really wanted to play and I'm really happy to be here and to play in the English Premier League.
"I'm looking to start scoring goals because I believe that is what West Ham wants.
"The football is really fast and that's the kind of football I'm hoping to play. I've been trying to adapt and it hasn't been that difficult for me.
"I've played a couple of games and I'm enjoying myself."
West Ham have had a poor start to the league campaign and the rock-bottom club take on Newcastle on Saturday.