Miku insists he is desperate to contribute more to the Celtic cause.
The Venezuelan striker joined the Bhoys on loan from Getafe in the summer but has yet to really feature for Neil Lennon's side.
Miku is determined to prove his worth in Glasgow but admits that he may have to bide his time as he gets used to the physicality of Scottish football.
"It's a season long loan and I am happy that we are in the Champions League and we can win a title," Miku said.
"However, on a personal level, I was expecting this to be a big year for me and to take a leap in my career to a new level.
"The manager has spoken to me and told me that technically, I'm the best player we have, but physically I'm not ready to compete in Scottish football and I have to be patient.
"I was happy with that assessment as it gives me encouragement. I know I have to stay calm because there is still a long time left on my deal."