Vincenzo Montella is determined to make a lasting impression at Fulham.
The Italian striker arrived at Craven Cottage in January and has already scored three goals in the FA Cup and one in the Premiership.
He admits it has been a challenge to adjust to the style of the English game, but insists he is at Fulham to succeed, not to just enjoy the twilight of his career.
"I like it even though it is a lot more physical," Montella told The Mirror.
"That isn't my main strength - physical strength - but I am learning all the time and feel I am getting there.
"I want to make sure the fans here remember me forever.
"I am not on holiday. I have a name to keep in Italy and this move is a personal challenge.
"I want to fly the Little Aeroplane (his trademark celebration) in the Premiership for the joy of everybody."
Montella also had words of support for former England boss Sven Goran Eriksson, who he played under at Sampdoria.
"He gave me my first chance at the top level and I worked really well with him," he recalled.
"And I still say he is still a good coach because coaches only get better with time."