Tottenham Hotspur loanee Emmanuel Adebayor has set his sights on goals at White Hart Lane.
The Togolese international forward, who found himself out of favour at Manchester City last term and enjoyed a successful spell with Real Madrid at the end of the season, is eager to reproduce the form that saw him become a hit under Jose Mourinho.
Confident in his own ability, the striker has settled in well to life with his new North London club, and believes Spurs are capable of challenging for a top four spot and a return to the Champions League.
"Of course, I have been through a lot of difficult moments. Last season I ended my year with Real Madrid, had a chance to win something with them and I know what it takes to win things," Adebayor told Spurs TV online.
"I'm very happy and very delighted. I'm not saying we're playing to win the league, we're playing for the top four, which is not going to be easy but I think we've got the squad now.
"There are a lot of good players here and I'm here to do my job, score goals, play football and enjoy myself on the pitch once again.
"Everyone has confidence in me, trusts me, everyone knows what I'm capable of doing which is very important to me and now it's up to me to show them they are not wrong, that they have taken the right decision by scoring goals."
Prevented from making his debut against parent club the Citizens last weekend, Adebayor is in-line to start for Tottenham Hotspur this Saturday against Wolves.