Manchester United winger Park Ji-sung is hoping for an injury-free campaign.
The South Korea international was restricted to just 12 Premier League appearances last term, missing much of the first-half of the season due to a long-term knee injury.
The skilful 27-year-old missed last month's World Cup qualifiers against Turkmenistan and North Korea because of "discomfort" in his knee.
Park, who is flying back to Manchester to undergo tests on his knee, is looking to make the most of any chances that come his way this term.
"It's crucial that I spend the coming season without any injury," he told the Yonhap news agency. "I had a good rest.
"Many chances will come along during the coming year. What's important is how I grab those chances.
"It's most important that I show all I can on the pitch."