Claudio Pizarro has set his sights on UEFA Champions League success with Chelsea.
The striker suffered years of European disappointment when at his former club Bayern Munich, having joined the German giants the summer after they last lifted the Champions League silverware.
Pizarro scored on his Premier League debut for Chelsea in their 3-2 victory over Birmingham on Sunday and he is now intent on firing the Blues to domestic and European glory.
"I think this team has lots of potential to win trophies and I want as many as possible," said Pizarro.
"Obviously the most important things are the Premier League and the Champions League.
"Winning the Champions League is one of my ambitions and I couldn't do it at Bayern."
Pizarro, who left Bayern on a free transfer in June, is hopeful that his encouraging Chelsea debut will see manager Jose Mourinho hand him another start in Wednesday night's meeting with Reading.
"Hopefully I can keep my place after a start like that," Pizarro added.
"I am working hard for that and know there is a lot of competition. Jose just told me to play the way I have been playing."