Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva is desperate to win trophies and make his mark in England.
The 26-year-old started this season with a goal in the 6-1 win at Everton - his first League strike since the day to forget at St Andrew's.
"That's what I really want, in two years, three years or even this year," he said. "With every year that passes the team is getting more mature, better.
"When you come to a club like Arsenal, which is already in the top 10 in the world, you can only improve. I don't dream of playing for anyone else, everything is here. We can win the Champions League and the Premier League."
After a long lay-off, it pays to be optimistic.
"I was delayed a little, standing still for a year," he said. "It hadn't happened, I could have learned a lot of things, been more experienced and played in big games.
"But now that I'm back, I'm gradually feeling better. I can do everything that I could before."