Rangers striker Lee McCulloch is hoping to improve on his debut campaign next season.
The former Wigan man showed glimpses of his ability last term, but mustered only three goals in 22 SPL appearances.
McCulloch is looking to improve on his modest goal return after stating he sees his first year back in Scottish football as being a settling-in campaign.
"I want to do a bit better and score more often than I did last season," he told the club's official website. "I look upon the last 12 months as my settling-in campaign.
"Hopefully this is when people see the real me. At times last year, the football we played was a bit different to what I'm used to.
"It took time to adapt to that but I feel I've been able to do that and I'm ready to go again after a good break and give it my all. I'm really looking forward to it."
McCulloch missed the start of last summer's pre-season with his new team-mates and the 30-year-old is looking forward to being involved from the off this time around.
"It's better to be in with the boys from the first day rather than coming in halfway through pre-season," he continued.
"Missing the first week last season didn't affect me too much but being here throughout allows me to focus on things more."