Ki Sung-yueng feels this season all his energies will be focussed on helping Celtic regain the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title.
The South Korea midfielder had last season's domestic campaign disrupted by the Asian Cup which took place in January.
With no such distractions this campaign Ki is targeting a long run in the Celtic team.
"I went to the Asian Cup last year so I was really tired and I was away at other times so it was confusing," he said.
"This season I have nothing, apart from a World Cup qualifier and that's no problem.
"I just want to play like Sunday and help the team win the league, that is the priority.
"I will try to score as many goals as I can this season and I am practising my shooting in every training session.
"Last season I got four goals, I want to score more than six this season.
"We have kept the players and we know each other really well. It was just the first game but there is a good feeling."