Amr Zaki is confident of goal scoring success with Wigan Athletic this season.
Wigan faced a gruelling battle just to bring Zaki to the JJB.
Zamalek chairman Mamdouh Abbas even threatened him with violence if he left the Egyptian club.
He explained: "I wanted to prove myself abroad and the Premier League is where most of the stars of the national teams play.
"Now I am here, I just want to score goals for Wigan.
"I have come here with a big reputation but I won't say how many goals I will score. That is not my way.
"It may take me some time to become the No 1 striker in the Premier League but that is what I want to be."
Wigan boss Steve Bruce, who tried to sign Zaki in January, said: "It wasn't an easy deal to do but I think it is going to be worth it.
"Zamalek wanted £6.5m for him but we weren't going to pay that for a striker who has yet to prove himself abroad - even if he is treated like the King of Egypt at home.
"He is one of those big, aggressive forwards you would rather avoid as a defender. The fans will love him."