Bolton's Fabrice Muamba thinks his experiences from last season will benefit his new team.
Muamba suffered relegation heartbreak with Birmingham before his summer switch to The Reebok Stadium.
The England Under-21 star is now confident his experiences of going down will make him stronger and will benefit Bolton this time around.
"I have learnt a lot from that [relegation]," he told Sky Sports News.
"I have learnt what the team needs to do and what I need to do to survive in the league and hopefully I can bring this into the team and hopefully we can keep improving.
"We have got a lot to offer and we will do well this year."
Muamba explained his decision to quit St Andrews after two years with the club.
"In order for me to get to the next level, I need to play in the Premier League and hopefully be a regular in the team," he said.
"I got to the point where I thought it was right to leave Birmingham."